Best Jackets For Spring Easy Guide With Street Style Collection
Get inspired by this year’s spring must-try jackets. I am here to show you trendy styles you can wear from Mondays to Sundays. You are about to see my favorites, including wool overshirts, quilted jackets, as well as vintage leather toppers. Anyway, you are free to scroll down and find your one and only style that will undoubtedly underline your individuality.
We see a cream-beige cargo belted jacket teamed with black slim pants tucked in chunky black leather Chelsea boots.
Some say we are about to face an anomaly Spring season, that’s why now is the time to put aside your favorite voluminous down jackets and teddy bear coats and find out what are the latest trends in outerwear fashion. What kind of jacket you should buy and why, find out more below.
Now, if you want to add a tiny trendy touch to your outfit without looking like a fashionista, then go for a belted look! We see lots of beautiful ladies completing their jackets with skinny or statement belts. You are free to belt your dress, shirt, blazer, leather jacket and whatever you wear over your clothes. Why we are so into this trend? Most of today’s outerwear pieces come in oversized and shapeless fit, that’s why belts will definitely make you look ladylike.
We see a belted cargo jacket in green color styled with white slim pants completed with patent black leather chunky heel boots:
A belted white blazer is combined with a white shirt tucked in pinstripe blue slim pants completed with square-toe clear heels:
A belted leather field jacket in brown is teamed with ankle-length black jeans completed with pointed-toe snakeskin print boots. Love that snakeskin printed bucket bag:
A plaid blazer with a black leather belt embellished with grommets is styled with a neon green turtleneck and frayed wash blue slim jeans completed with clear heeled sandals. Love these flat-brow sunglasses:
My favorite is a leather blazer. It’s a kind of HELLO from the 1990s. But we see the comeback of this outerwear piece. It will be a perfect addition in casual wardrobe, all you need is to combine it with jeans, chunky boots for a casual street walk, or you can play with a cocktail party for a special event.
We see a blue leather double-breasted blazer styled with a printed shirt tucked in high-rise leather mini skirt completed with black tights and lace-up black leather pumps:
An oversized black leather blazer ideally suits that cream-white silken slipdress and square toe heeled sandals:
A structured black leather blazer is worn as a dress teamed with a cream-grey t-shirt and black leather chunky Chelsea boots:
A black leather blazer looks nice with a black tee tucked in blue regular fit jeans completed with pointed-toe black leather boots:
Here we see a classic black leather blazer combined with a white top and pinstripe grey boyfriend pants completed with black trainers:
A black leather blazer can be teamed with a white tee, blue jeans, and white chunky sneakers:
We see a belted black leather blazer styled with a white turtleneck and blue regular jeans completed with high-top white trainers:
Another great must-have is a quilted jacket. It will be a perfect choice for women who are afraid of chilly weather. It can be teamed with wool clothing, turtlenecks, oversized pants, etc.
A quilted jacket in white color is draped over a cream-brown top tucked in high-waisted quilted white skirt:
We see a khaki green quilted jacket worn with bandana print maxi dress:
A green quilted jacket is styled with black separates, printed headscarf and sandal boots completed with green socks:
A classic black quilted jacket is teamed with a roll-neck black sweater and knee-ripped skinny jeans. Update this look by adding ankle boots and aviator sunglasses:
A khaki green bomber jacket is draped over a navy sweatshirt layered over a white shirt completed with blue skinny jeans and white trainers:
Leather Vintage Jackets
You all familiar with biker jackets, right? The classic style is not trendy anymore, this time we all into a leather vintage jacket. Trendsetters advise us to choose the washed-out, worn effect designs. The artificially aged leather looks spectacular
A vintage-style black leather jacket is worn over a beige blazer teamed with a black tee tucked in blue skinny jeans:
An oversized vintage leather jacket in black is styled with a white crop-top and ripped boyfriend jeans completed with black trainers:
We see a vintage brown leather jacket completed with a maroon scarf, and maroon cable-knit beanie:
A vintage black leather jacket is layered over a white lace mini dress. Complete this bohemian outfit by adding a black fedora, layered necklaces:
A kind of punk vibe is felt in this combo. We see a black biker style jacket teamed with a white tee tucked in plaid slim pants tucked in black leather combat boots:
Now, call it an overshirt, wool shirt, shacket or whatever you like. I call them woolen overshirts. They become popular for their practicality. You are free to combine it with elegant floor-length dresses, as well as with boyfriend denim and casual tees. Speaking of shacket’s color palette, then you are free to choose whatever style you love, starting from bright styles to muted shades, as well as a well-known plaid printed design.
We see a plaid shacket layered over a white tee tucked in blue jeans completed with white ankle boots:
A tweed overshirt is paired with a turtleneck in white tucked in black leather skirt:
A plaid wool overshirt is worn with a beige shirtdress, black skirt and suede tall boots: