A "Shacket" is a portmanteau of "shirt" and "jacket."
It refers to a type of clothing that combines the characteristics of a shirt and a lightweight jacket. Shackets are typically made from thicker materials than regular shirts, like flannel, wool, or denim, making them more suitable for cooler weather.
Shackets often have a button-up front like a shirt, but they may also feature additional elements such as pockets, collars, and sometimes a lining, similar to a jacket. They have gained popularity as a versatile and trendy piece of outerwear that can be worn as a lightweight jacket during transitional seasons or as a layering piece over other clothing.
The style and design of shackets can vary, and they are available in various colors, patterns, and fabrics to suit different fashion preferences.