It is snowing out as I type this—so annoying—but over the weekend, the weather was positively balmy, and it put me in mind of lightweight spring jackets. This one is from the Ines de la Fressange line at Uniqlo, and I think it’s really sharp.
And the yellow here is unexpected on a utilitarian shape.
OK, now we come to the camo mini-section of this post: this one has a kind of pink-tinged thing going on that I really dig.
And I like the blousy shape here.
The orange lining on the hood of this windbreaker is a nice, poppy touch.
This quilted jacket is already sold out in some sizes, but I felt it was too cute not to include.
A well-priced, streamlined leather jacket in a really good blue.
Still not tired of millennial pink.
This striped number is ever-so-vaguely modish.
Here is a good choice if you feel like you’ve outgrown your denim jacket but still want to wear a denim jacket.
This one is waxed, which gives it a cool sheen and makes it a good option for foul weather.
I like that this military jacket is cropped enough to wear with a dress.
Another leather jacket, this one in a nice blushy hue.
I dig the overall shape of this bomber.
This anorak costs more than it should and I’m not at all certain I could pull it off, but I think it’s pretty great.
And this is Nili Lotan and comes very close to the GOACA price limit, but it’s really sharp.