7 Jackets to Fend off Confusing Spring Weather
Spring was basically designed to throw all outerwear lovers into a deep confusion after the certainty of winter. Just as we get accustomed to the temperatures and the fact that we need to wear X amount of layers, spring arrives to completely disorientate us. Some days are hot like summer, others cold like winter, and sometimes it’s even kinda autumnal. So what the hell are you meant to wear?
Rain jackets. You need to find the lowest common denominator of what’s absolutely necessary. If you ask us, the answer to that is something that will fend off a quick shower here and there. We’re not necessarily talking about taped-seams and GORE-TEX shells, even a hard-wearing cotton canvas will do the job.
Below, with the help of Harvey Nichols, we’ve rounded up 7 spring rain jackets, or, to be exact, 7 jackets that can cope with spring showers.
The Kan-D jacket by C.P. Company brings all the utility you will need for spring but with an added touch of class. The sheer shell is a visual asset, too.
On has already perfected the running kit and this Insulator Jacket shows that the performance items work in the lifestyle arena as well.
Stone Island is a master of technical builds. The triple-layer soft shell of this jacket is breathable and weatherproof.
Rains takes inspiration from traditional fisherman jackets which were designed to keep the wearer bone dry underneath in even the harshest ocean storm so you’ll be fine in a light spring shower.
Rick Owens’ Bauhaus Bomber Jacket features a canvas shell that, although not strictly designed for rain, will buy you enough time to find your nearest shop to shelter in.
Cut from pearlescent nylon, this Fear of God Souvenir Track Jacket is a really eye-catching final touch for your spring outfits.
Avoiding signature big graphics, this Off-White™ piece is one of the ideal spring jackets. Lightweight and sturdy enough to protect you from the elements, it’s easy to layer on a colder day, too.
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