3 Winter to Spring Transitional Jackets

18 March 2015

Winter to Spring Transitional Jackets
Winter to Spring Transitional Jackets
Winter to Spring Transitional Jackets
Winter to Spring Transitional Jackets

BYE BYE THICK JACKETS

It's that time of year where we all go bring out the thinner jackets. I just can't wait for longer days, warmer weather, getting bored of the cold now. OK, maybe not too thin of a jacket as it is still a tad chilly at the moment but these would be my picks. Just a note, all of these jackets were purchased a while ago and are not currently available in stores or online.

The first jacket is a faux leather jacket in a pastel blue shade from Primark. I had picked this up in the January sales for £15 and still haven't worn it, hence the tag still attached. It reminds me of the Zara one from last season. It's always nice to have a jacket that isn't black or white, and anything pastel would be a great choice for the winter to spring transition. It'll brighten up a monochrome outfit.

The second is a Zara leather jacket purchased from a few years back. I still have an obsession with studs even if they're not actual metal ones like this one. A leather jacket is an essential in any, more like every wardrobe. This is thinner than the one's I've had or tried on so I couldn't really wear it over the winter period.

Lastly, is a white long biker jacket I had purchased from Dorothy Perkins 2 years ago. It's still white and one of my favourite jackets to wear even though I am terrified to wear it most of the time in case I get any stains on it. I get really paranoid about it. Am I the only one?

Another one would be a loose denim jacket which I had forgotten to photograph. It was my most worn jacket during spring summer last year. I can't wait to wear it again this year. I'm going to have to resist purchasing any more jackets. I have no room, no more hooks left to use. Need to start selling some actually but not these ones.

What are your spring jacket picks?

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30 comments

  1. Absolutely love the pastel blue jacket! Can't believe it was only £15!

    LIVE.IN.LOVE

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  2. What lovely jackets, they all look nice I like the black one best.

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  3. I have been loving leather jackets lately or oversized hoodies. much better than carrying around a heavy coat :D

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  4. That pastel blue jacket is soooo beautiful!! I absolutely LOVE it! xxxx

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  5. You can never go wrong with a leather choice!

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  6. That light blue jacket is so fresh and girly for spring, I love it!

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  7. A leather jacket is a must! I love the last one too. Great picks lovely xx

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  8. I cannot believe that jacket is from Primark!! I never seem to find such bargains that look so nice! Plus sadly there is no Primark in Paris:( www.anonymousmodeaparis.com

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  9. The blue and the black are my faves. I have always hard time finding jackets for spring.

    Laura
    Pink Frenzy

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  10. I love the blue and while jackets, they're really my style! xx

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  11. These 3 jackets you have are actually timeless and classic. It will still remain classy and nice even few years down the road! You shouldn't sell them!

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  12. That blue jacket is adorable, can't believe it's Primark!

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  13. The black leather jacket is fine with me. I wonder if I can be a good one when I am on my big bike.

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  14. These are amazing jackets! My sister would love to wear these kind of stuff. :D

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  15. Wow the blue jacket is my favorite. Thanks for the amazing post!

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  16. They are all beautiful but I love the blue jacket best. It's a pretty shade of blue.

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  17. The blue jacket is absolutely stunning, I love that shade x

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  18. I would like to own a leather jacket if only it was easy to take care of them in a warm climate like ours. I bought a leather jacket from Zara, but disppointingly, it did not last too long.

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  19. Love to wear those jackets, but since Philippines is a tropical country, we rarely wear those kind of a jacket. Hmmmm....I can only wear that during rainy and cold days, that is December and January.

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  20. Spring is a bit warmer but still has the breeze of winter. These jackets would make perfect transition jackets with the shift of the season.

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  21. If only there was weather like this in Manila, I would totally wear the guy version of these jackets! So awesome! :D

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  22. I have two faux leather biker jackets - one in stone and one in plum, absolutely love them both and they are fantastic for transitioning over to the warmer weather. Glad I have been able to wear them recently! :) x

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  23. The blue jacket is lovely! Indeed it's the weather for light jackets here in india as well..I have packed all of my heavy jackets!

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  24. I love the blue jacket, the color is amazing, I love leather, and these jackets are all so cool and trendy, a must-have for the spring season!

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  25. I love that blue jacket! It's a nice change from the usual blacks, whites and nude shades.

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  26. Omg! I love all but Malaysia don't need a thick Jacket. =\

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  27. I have so many cocerups, blazers, jackets. Love the items you post

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  28. I love the Zara leather jacket though it is not applicable to wear here in PH unless you're a celebrity hehehe

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