Now that the Beasts from the East have finally gone away, it’s the perfect time to start building your spring wardrobe.
Our staple piece? A lightweight but still practical jacket – here’s 9 of the best to invest in now…
Massimo Dutti’s jacket perfectly captures the safari trend with oversized pockets and a wide waist belt. Throw it on to stay snug at the weekend – it’s comfy, but still smart enough for any occasion.
Cotton/Linen safari jacket, £139, Massimo Dutti
A nice jacket for an evening occasion, & Other Stories’ blue and white stripe blazer adds a fresh, yet formal feel to dark skinny jeans and heeled sandals.
Belted blazer, £79, & Other Stories
Pastel colours are a must have this season, and this blazer is a great way to brighten up your wardrobe. Pair it with a white thin knit jumper, light-wash jeans and black loafers for a great off-duty look.
Modal-blend suit blazer, £69.99, Mango
A.W.A.K.E reinvents the traditional trench coat by adding balloon sleeves and a delicate polka-dot panel running down the back – a nod to SS18’s favourite print.
Polka-dot crepe de chine-paneled cotton-blend trench coat, £895, Net-a-Porter
Inject some fun into your jacket collection with Topshop’s rodeo shacket. The Western style cover-up features embroidered flowers and silver studs, making this a jacket any cowboy would be proud to wear.
Rodeo shacket, £69, Topshop
H&M’s stand-up collar felt jacket will keep you warm during the early days of spring. The black piping is a striking contrast against the white background, giving a chic twist.
Felted jacket, £59.99, H&M
The British weather can be very unpredictable no matter the season. Whistles’ hooded parka will ensure you are not only prepared, but also looking stylish whatever the forecast may be.
Hooded spring parka, £149, Whistles
No best spring jackets round-up would be complete without a trusty denim jacket. Weekday’s light wash version is perfect for this season as pastel blue featured throughout SS18’s Fashion Week.
Single spring blue jacket, £55, Weekday
Another great off duty piece, Bimba Y Lola’s khaki jacket can be paired with almost any outfit. The 80s inspired utility style jacket is tailored at the waist giving a fitted, yet casual feel.
Green straight-cut jacket, £240, Bimbay Y Lola
Feature by Laura Smith