Floral Print Jacket, $49.90 at Zara
Give your jean jacket a little flower power.
Sheer Printed Jacket, $129.99 at Mango
Wear this when you don't want to cover up what you're wearing underneath.
Shaped Collarless Cotton Jacket, $225 at COS
A coat that looks like a nontraditional white dress shirt? Yes, please.
Alaska Striped Velour Track Jacket, $80 at Urban Outfitters
Some track jackets are too cool to sweat in.
& Other Stories
Camo Army Jacket, $115 at & Other Stories
An It girl staple that's two jackets in one.
Lightweight Striped Linen Trench Coat, $270 at Genuine People
Because trenches aren't just for fall.
Zadig & Voltaire
Kimi Grunge Jacket, $348 at Bloomingdale’s
Your fave jean jacket, just a little grungier.
Devon Packable Jacket, $348 at Tory Burch
Upgrade your windbreaker game with a graphic pattern.
Presbourg Jacket, $205 at Need Supply Co.
Ruffles and sheer stripes on the sleeves are major bonuses.
Pleated Organza Jacket, $350 at Net-a-Porter
This is made for street style shots.
Embroidered Jacket With Fringing, $119 at Zara
Fringe benefits with drawstring details.
Every fall, we look forward to coat season. After all, if there’s one surefire way to take the bite out of the impending winter, it’s getting a new coat out of it. But for some reason, spring never really has that same excitement for outerwear, even though temps usually require we wrap ourselves up to some degree. It may partly come down to the fact that after months of cold, all we want to do is shed a few layers.
Well, brands are trying to get us excited for jacket season by putting out a variety of lightweight options with fun details like ruffles, fringe, sheer sections and even organza. Whether you’re looking for a jacket to work with your latest glamleisure look or something that will make you stand out on the street (and in street style shots), we’ve got you covered.
Here are 13 spring jackets that’ll make you wish the hot weather stays away for a while.
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