I know it feels like I’ve been talking about the weather an awful lot around here, but it is 51 degrees in New York this morning, and if I stand on my toes I can see spring (real spring, not just calendar spring), and that excites me to no end. And puts me in the mood to look at jackets that are not puffers, like this pretty genius grown-up denim number from Vince.
This is like an updated, fashion-ized version of an army-navy store staple. Perfect for layering on transitional days.
This linen and cotton jacket is nicely lightweight, and I like the snap closures.
I’m always a sucker for cute patchwork jacket, and this one is pretty winning.
OK, this suede jacket exceeds the GOACA price limit by a bit, but I feel it is very nearly perfect; like the suede jackets I used to find at thrift stores in college, but without the rips or stains that those inevitably had.
The grey hue and textured material on this moto jacket set it apart.
This Anine Bing army shirt jacket costs more than maybe it should, but it also gets every little detail right, from the lapels to the front pockets to the just-right crop.
This perforated suede bomber is very modern-looking—it’s not especially cheap, but looks far more expensive and designer-y than it is.
A well-priced cargo jacket with a not-at-all-bad tonal leopard print.
Here is the kind of cropped leather jacket that I am always telling you to wear with dresses.
And I just think this tweed piece is the chicest: so Chanel-ish and French, and truly as good dressed up as down.