3 Jacket Styles on High Rotation (Thanks to La Niña…)

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Is it just me or is La Niña cramping your Spring/Summer style too?! With my knitwear and jackets still on high rotation, I wanted to share with you three outerwear styles that I’ve yet to pack away into storage for next year. These are my go-to transitional jackets that I rely on during the shoulder season and judging by all the reports about the weather, I might not need to pack these away at all! 

Shacket

Shackets were a big deal last year and it doesn’t seem like they’re going away any time soon.  Have you succumbed to this trend?! I added this cocoa brown shacket from Everlane to my wardrobe a couple of months ago and it’s the perfect throw-on layer for running errands, out with the kids or just to wear around the house.  It’s a great transitional piece too for when it’s cold and wet – a very La Nina appropriate piece!

Leather Jacket

1. Senreve Aria Bag
Dolce Chocolate Leather - use my link for $50USD off any purchase over $300!
5. Everlane Pea Coat*
(my colour has now sold out - same style linked in available colours)

You can never go wrong with a leather jacket.  It’s the ultimate transitional piece, and a great way to increase your cool quotient (of which I am severely lacking). While I love how it looks with jeans and a tee, it’s also one of my go-to jackets for when I’m sporting a dressier look – for that extra bit of edge. 

Short Pea Coat

1. Leather Jacket
(my version is over 5 years old and sold out - similar style linked)
3. Sarah Flint Perfect Block Sandal*
(use 'SARAHFLINT-BAWHATVEEWORE' for $50USD off)

And for a modern take on the classic Pea Coat, this cropped and boxy version is the perfect relaxed outerwear piece that is sure to last you for years.  It’s made from recycled wool and features a double-breasted front and two handy side pockets.  Word of warning, this one’s roomy, so I’d size down.  I took a size XS as I wanted to accommodate for more layers in the Winter but I could have sized down to an XXS with no issues.

How are you going on the transitional jackets front?! As always, thanks for stopping by!

P.S. My complete sunglasses collection and the newest Celine bag in my collection.

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