Spring Forward

…with these must-have spring jackets

By: Kaylynn Gaspar

The spring season is fast approaching, and it’s time to update your wardrobe for the warmer weather. This season is all about springing forward, so it’s out with the old and in with the new. We’ve chosen several jackets for your perusing, helping you find the perfect jacket to suit your style and bring a fresh new look to your outerwear.

Banana Republic

Banana Republic offers this black monogram trench coat for $240. It features a pointed collar, notched Lapel, tie-belt closure and two welt pockets in the front. Fully lined, this gorgeous piece of outerwear will keep you warm on those chilly spring mornings.

Banana Republic

Another favourite pick from Banana Republic, this classic belted mid-length trench ($232.99) in plush Italian wool is fully lined and features a notched collar, single-breasted button front and a removable belt. The patch pockets are also very practical.

Chloé

This gorgeous Chloé Wool-crepe peacoat for $2,995.00 is a classic style and a smart investment. This fitted black wool-crepe jacket will take you from work to weekend – wear it over everything from chic suiting to evening wear.

Zara

One of our favourites from Zara, consider this short double-breasted trench coat ($119) in all black. The length is perfect to accentuate your clothing underneath.  The loose cut of the jacket allows you to show off your clothing underneath, giving you the freedom to create a variety of classic looks.

Zara

Another favourite from Zara, this double-breasted trench coat in an off-white ecru colour is a steal at only $119. The longer length conveys a classy, formal look.

Victoria's Secret

This must-have lace-up ponte jacket by Victoria’s Secret is $148. Business in the front and flirty in the back, this jacket is a great addition to any wardrobe and great for an after office hours outing. Made from super-stretchy ponte fabric, this jacket accentuates your shape and cinches in where it’s most needed, giving you a lean, runway-worthy silhouette. The one button closure and nipped-in waist further enhance this body-sculpting, curve-hugging effect. Corset-inspired lacing with gold grommets in the back adds a flirty finish.

Victoria's Secret

Available in an array of colours, this Victoria’s Secret cotton trench ($128) is a sleek choice for spring. Double-breasted with epaulettes at the shoulders, two front pockets, tabbed sleeves and an inverted pleat at the back, it is this season’s must-have coat.

Ralph Lauren

This Ralph Lauren Victoria trench coat is stunning and luxurious ($1298) in buff gold. This sophisticated trench is updated with an earthy horn buckle and buttons, and finished with a subtle sheen.

Burberry

Don’t miss out on this Burberry full-skirt trench coat  ($3795). Made from soft linen and cotton, this trench uniquely displays a crochet collar embroidered with natural wooden beads. The tapered bodice contrasts its voluminous skirt with engraved Burberry Prorsum as a finishing touch.

Michael Kors

This Michael Kors single-breasted trench ($225) is available in a fashionable camel colour and makes for a simple but fabulous piece of outerwear. Hooded with a  wide collar, sleek button front, belted cuffs and soft belt, this jacket is comfortable sophistication. Falling at the hips, its angled pockets de-emphasize the hips and its just-past-the-seat length compliments shorter figures. This jacket finishes our list of this season’s must-haves.

Hopefully you have now found a jacket that suits your style and brings some new flare to your spring wardrobe this season!

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