Spring Jacket Trends by Kate Kaschenbach

Is anyone else ready to burn their puffer coat like I am? Yes, I’m done. And with the weather hitting the 50’s (and 60’s!) lately, I am in need of a cute spring jacket — or two! There are so many styles that will work well with all lifestyles. In a previous post I covered jean jackets (a staple!), and here are a few more styles to consider:

Moto jackets — In the fall we saw a lot of these in dark leather styles — but for spring they are in textured cotton and in a variety of colors. See the first row of jackets below. The great thing about a moto jacket is that it can go day to night with ease — and can be worn with anything from jeans to office attire. Check out the sales below!

Anorak’s, Military Inspired and Chambray – these are great casual jacket options. If you’re out and about with little ones, or out shopping on the weekend — this style of coat is comfortable, relaxed and stylish. See the second row of jackets

Quilted Jackets – whether it’s a barn jacket or a cropped style — this textured jacket is very versatile. This style adds instant polish to a casual outfit. Would be great with a cross body handbag, cropped denim and a striped tee. See the last row of jackets –

And all on sale, of course! Happy Shopping!

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~ Kate Kaschenbach, Fashion blogger of DesignerDealToday.com, personal shopper and stylist, Founder/CEO of KK Designs LLC accessories line.


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