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Spring has sprung here in Sydney, and while it will be a spring like we’ve never experienced, it’s Spring jacket weather – and I’m always excited about outerwear! Wherever you are in the world, and whether you’ve just started Spring or Autumn/Fall, you may be finding the weather teetering between warm and cool which can make it a little confusing getting dressed in the morning!
While I love getting rugged up in a coat and scarf during the winter, there is a sense of freedom that comes with ‘lightweight jacket’ weather and not having to drape yourself in a million layers before stepping foot out the door.
Here, I round-up the best transseasonal jackets that will help you navigate these next couple of months with ease.
If a lightweight trench doesn’t scream that Spring has sprung, I’m not sure what does? That said, my Uniqlo trench has managed to weasel its way into my winter wardrobe, on those sunny winter days. I’ve been considering adding a navy version to my wardrobe for a bit of variety given how much wear I’ve got out of this beige number this year.
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The most versatile of Spring jackets will always be the blazer. A piece that can take you from desk to drinks? Look no further.
You can’t go wrong with a double-breasted style at the moment, with its ability to be worn both traditionally and belted. We’re still seeing a wide offering of blazers at all price points making them a great investment style to add to your wardrobe.
A classic blue denim jacket offers versatility in spades. Similar to blue denim jeans, the jacket version pretty much goes with anything. I’ve had my J Brand Denim Jacket for years. It’s a classic vintage wash, a tad oversized and slightly cropped. I’ve linked similar classic styles below.
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Every woman’s wardrobe needs to have at least one leather jacket. My one is my Oak NYC which I purchased around five years ago on Shopbop. It’s hard to go past the traditional biker style with all the bells and whistles that come with it. Personally, I look for cropped styles that don’t overwhelm my petite frame and for the arms to be more fitted.
I’m a bit of a dag but I always feel like a cool cat traipsing around in leather!
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And that’s a wrap of my edit of transseasonal jackets!
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