With Spring having finally sprung following a surprisingly mild winter for us New Yorkers, it’s time to finally be able to indulge in one of my favorite guilty pleasures of the season. Now, I’ve talked about my love of layering and my obsession with buying coats in other posts, but one of my favorite types outerwear is the transitional jacket. These types of pieces are lightweight enough so you don’t overheat and one of the essential tools to creating a unique and interesting look for the more temperate days. Today we are rounding up some of my favorite trends of the season for a truly crucial Spring style staple.
THE GLOBAL TRAVELER LINEN COAT
This style isn’t just for the boho babes any longer. Lightweight linens in cream with embroidered details jazz up any look creating a relaxed and effortless cool. When looking for pieces in this trend go for a less structured silhouette such as kimono or duster coat shape.
- Isabel Marant ecru embroidered bering coat: $3,665
- Rebecca Taylor tweed embroidered fringe jacket: $259
- ZARA folk style kimono: $69.90
- Temperley London lettie kimono jacket: $1,585
THE NEW LOOK TRENCH
The classic style trench is getting a modern update. Sleeker lines, interesting prints, and unexpected shapes make up this city slicker trend. This look is all about feeling and looking lux.
- Elizabeth and James bailey crepe trench coat: $625
- TOME satin striped sleeveless trench coat: $1,350
- J Crew japanese poplin swing trench coat: $109
- Nasty Gal wynne belted trench coat: $68.60
THE OVERSIZED DENIM JACKET
The Eighties and Nineties are alive and well with this boyish trend. Rock your oversized denim with classic staples like a floral baby doll dress or a easy white tee for the perfect weekend style for Spring.
- ZARA long denim jacket: $69.90
- Topshop MOTO light vintage oversized jacket: $85
- OFF-White oversized denim jacket: $563
- Alexander Wang daze oversized denim jacket: $450
Hope you loved this post and thanks so much for reading, if you have any spring coat trends that you are loving for the season then share them in the comments below. As always, if you have any ideas for articles that you would like to see on the site let us know.
The Everyday Editor