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The 4 Spring Jacket Styles To Buy Now

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The concept of taking off your coat may strike fear into your heart right now, but there will come a day (soon, we promise) when the temperatures will rise above negative 20 degrees, and you’ll want a lighter outwear option. Enter the transitional dressing staple: the jacket. Whether you are layering it under a coat until the end of March or tossing it over a flimsy sundress in April, a lightweight topper will be a mainstay of your wardrobe for many months to come. Here are the 4 best styles to stock up on this season—no matter your budget.

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Update your classic blazer by opting for a double-breasted style that's nipped at the waist. Wear with slacks for the office or wide-leg jeans for weekend brunches.

Structured Double Breasted Blazer

$2,067

Balmain

Double-Breasted Blazer

$198

J.Crew

Falling somewhere between a denim jacket and a leather biker, a boxy suede coat is a great option for grounding a floral dress or adding '70s flair to cropped jeans.

Suede Jacket

$1,150

Rag & Bone

Suede Jacket

$100

Mango

Trade in your slouchy military jacket for a more refined kimono style. Pair with a pencil skirt for work or leather pants for a night out.

Nicky Cotton and Linen-Blend Jacket

$940

Isabel Marant

Belted Utility Jacket

$110

Topshop

An embroidered jacket is the perfect complement to this spring's bohemian vibe. We'll use one to dress up a vintage tee and slouchy jeans or add flair to an all-black ensemble.

Black Embroidered Sofia Jacket

$1,410

Vilshenko

Embroidered Jacket

$149

Zara