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Spring jackets that don't look like coats

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Spring is here and don’t we know it!

English weather makes choosing the perfect outfit a challenge at the best of times, but in spring, with all the highs and lows, and unprecidented changes from minute to minute, piecing together a 'suitible' outfit is nigh but impossible.

We're in that dreaded in-between phase when it's too mild for cosy winter coats but we’re not ready to bear all. Where's the happy medium?

Well lucky for you, we know our stuff, and we've gone out of our way to find the most versatile range of spring jackets which will help you move on from your winter wardrobe, and warm up your summer one. 

Here’s the low-down of the lightweight jackets you need in your spring wardrobe:

Keep it casual with a denim jacket

Denim is the perfect choice for this season - you can wear a denim jacket with practically any outfit so it’s worthwhile investing in a few if you haven’t already.

- Bright colours are everything, switch up the classic denim jacket with this orange one from ASOS.

Asos JacketHowever, if a classic style is more up your street, check out this one from Pretty Little Thing. It has a super-distressed hem, which will keep your look on trend!

Pretty Little Thing Jacket

Provide rock chick vibes with a biker jacket

A biker jacket is an essential part of any wardrobe. It's the perfect piece to either style up an outfit or style one down, depending on where you’re headed.

Embroidery isn’t going anywhere and this statement jacket nails the trend in one. This one from boohoo.com is the perfect choice for completing a minimalistic outfit.

boohoo Jacket
Who isn’t crushing on prink right now? This pink faux leather jacket from New Look is the ultimate spring piece.

New Look Jacket

Jump on the military style trend with a utility jacket

This style of jacket is made for spring. It’s simple, casual and wearable. A perfect piece for adding a slightly more androgynous look to an outfit.

This ‘shacket’ from Topshop is just what you need to keep the wind at bay whilst still feeling seasonally appropriate.

Topshop JacketKeep your look more feminine with this pink camo print jacket from Forever21. Fancy a safari trip anyone?

Forever 21 Jacket

Step out of your comfort zone with a blazer

Who said blazers were just for the office? Smarten up a casual outfit with this season’s fashion forward trend.

Sleek and simple but with a sprinkling of attitude. This slogan blazer from Topshop will look great with anything gingham – go on and nail two trends in one… we dare you!

Topshop Blazer
This long line blazer from Missguided is oh so flattering. The nude colour will work with everything, say hello to your new favourite jacket!

Misguided BlazerShow off your sass with a duster jacket

Possibly the coolest jacket ever, the duster jacket is great for spring weather. It’s the perfect piece for keeping you a little warmer if you have decided to brave bare legs!

Cornflower blue is a perfect colour for warmer days and this one from River Island is utterly beautiful. Chic and elegant, it’s the ultimate girly piece.

River Island JacketKeep on trend with detailing to the sleeves. This tie sleeve duster jacket from Missguided is a staple for any wardrobe.

Misguided JacketWork it in a classic bomber jacket

We have been obsessing over bomber jackets for a couple of years now and this doesn’t look set to change anytime soon! This year however, they’ve had an update.

Thought one zip was enough? Wrong, this one from Zara is the perfect way to make a simple jacket that little bit more exciting.

Zara
The circle zip details on this jacket from Mango are so aesthetically pleasing. However, it’s the contrasting colours of teal and orange that really brings this piece to life.

Mango




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