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Top 5 Spring Jackets

Mar 18, 2013

Spring is truly on the way and it's finally time to ditch your winter coats! We've scoured the shops and found the top five spring jackets to update your closet. From a mint green faux-leather biker jacket to a cool varsity-style baseball jacket, any of these are guaranteed to will refresh your style and tick all the fashion boxes too! 

1. PASTEL BIKER JACKET 

The faux-leather biker jacket gets a fresh update in a cool mint green shade of pastel! This is sure to spruce up your wardrobe and will look amazing with light blue denim, whites and pastel perfect worn with other spring-ready shades! 

Mint faux-leather jacket from Forever 21, $29Mint faux-leather jacket from Forever 21, $29Courtesy of www.forever21.com
 

2. POCKETABLE PINK PARKA 

This parka is not only cute and colourful - it's made from a super lightweight material that is perfect for rainy or windy days. Carry it in your backpack and simply throw it on over your clothes or jacket when it starts to get a bit chilly. Pink and practical too - what's not to love?

Pocketable Parka from Uniqlo, $39Pocketable Parka from Uniqlo, $39Courtesy of www.uniqlo.com
 

3. ANIMAL PRINT

The classic olive green parka jacket gets a super cool update with a bit of animal print! This jacket is perfect for adding a bit of rocker chick style to your look. Wear with jeans and some rugged ankle boots! 

Animal print jacket from HAnimal print jacket from HCourtesy of www.hm.com
 

4. STAR-PRINT DENIM 

Forget about just getting a regular denim jacket - get one with a fashion twist! This star-print light jean jacket looks amazing worn over little printed dresses and sandals. 

Star-print denim jacket from Forever 21, $24.75Star-print denim jacket from Forever 21, $24.75Courtesy of www.forever21.com
 

5. VARSITY STYLE

Sporty style is so on trend this year and this baseball-style varsity jacket is an easy way to get the look. Wear it oversized over a floral dress!

Baseball jacket from Asos, $70Baseball jacket from Asos, $70Courtesy of www.asos.com
 

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