Light Weight Jackets
As we get closer to spring (yay!), I start thinking about light weight jackets. Here are a few of my favorite spring jackets in all price ranges
This jacket comes in black and ivory options. Ivory is sharp, while the black is always practical. What I love about this jacket is that it has a hood and the front is quilted so it provides some warmth. The sleeves and back have this great neoprene fabric. I actually own this jacket and besides for it being great as a jacket for spring and fall, I wore it all winter long just to run in and out of the car with.
This jacket is quilted in both the front and the back with knit sleeves which offers a bit more warmth. It also is a bit of a shorter length than the previous style I posted, so if you are shorter, this jacket may work better for you. Sadly, this jacket does not have a hood so have an umbrella handy for rainy days.
This is the third option I am posting from Mackage. I absolutely love this jacket. While still quilted, it gives off more of a dressy vibe because of the style and structure. This jacket is quilted in both the front and the back with ribbed knit sleeves and peplum.
This jacket is actually really similar to the first Mackage jacket that I posted. The main difference is that this jacket is slightly shorter with a banded bottom so this may work better for you depending on your body shape. It is also partially quilted in back and has some different color options.
This jacket which is also made by Rudsak is a shorter option if you like more of a cropped style. I love the details like the patent leather zipper placket and of course the hood. It comes in a few color options some of which are on sale now. The back of the jacket is a neoprene fabric.
This jacket though pricey is excellent Canada Goose quality. It has a quilted front with wool knit sleeves and back. This jacket is a very classic shape and look. It is not a trend and will never go out of style.
This is similar in style to the Canada Goose jacket at a much cheaper price point. This is a basic bomber style jacket.
If you like a jacket that has a bit more length, this jacket from Athleta is a great choice. It is warm and has a flattering high low cut and it also comes in extended sizing. The black color is full price but they have other colors on sale.
This affordable jacket from Zara is a cropped quilted jacket. It is quilted in both the front and back, making it quite warm. I don’t think it will work well for a taller person, unless you like a really cropped jacket.
If you like something a bit different this is a quilted asymmetrical coat. It’s a little more dressy and a bit of fun. The price is not too bad.
This is a quilted poncho jacket which I think is unique and a bit fun. The quilted design is shaped into the company logo, and it has a hood!
This is patent leather look aviator jacket with a fur collar. What I like about this jacket is that it has a bit of an edge while still staying classy.
This jacket by Anthropologie has a Canada Goose vibe without the price tag. Soft ivory quilting with knit sleeves and collar. This jacket is a no brainer.
Trench coats are back in style! (when I was a kallah, we all had them), though of course in an updated version. Here are a few of my favorites from the basic to the not so basic.
Though some of the jackets posted here have hoods, I like to have a dedicated rain jacket. I prefer something longer so It keeps more of me dry. I also like to have a lightweight rain jacket option which I can wear if I’m out and about in a summer downpour. Here are two that I think serve that purpose well.