10 Spring Jackets to Wear Now

Enlist These Lightweight Layering Pieces for the Final Weeks of Jacket Season

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One day it's cold, and the next it's warm. Then it rains for a week. Then the sun comes out and you're sitting on a patio sipping Bloody Marys.

Spring is confusing.

Make it less confusing with a good, lightweight jacket. Fortunately, we've got 10 of those right here.

These spring jackets—which include bombers, denim and the occasional shacket—are perfect options for in-between temperatures. Add one or more to your layering arsenal, and live your life free from the struggle of being slightly too chilly/wet/warm ever again.

Not quite a chore coat and not quite a sweatshirt, Todd Snyder's new Knit Studio Coat is made from soft French terry and dyed with real indigo. It's practical, comfortable and stylish, with workwear-inspired details in the stitching and functional button cuffs. $368, Todd Snyder

Flint and Tinder's fan-favorite line of waxed jackets now includes this Stretch Ripstop Waxed Field Jacket. Inspired by the rugged layers worn by lumberjacks, trappers and longshoremen (so, more than suitable for your needs), it features a hint of stretch for peak mobility and a soft-brushed flannel interior for comfort and warmth without weighing you down. $198, Huckberry

Faherty's Inlet Knit Blazer is the perfect blazer for people who don't like wearing blazers. Because it's unstructured, extra-soft and can be crumpled up on the floor or in the overhead compartment, and it still comes out looking good. $198, Faherty

This lightweight twill utility jacket has a bomber's sensibilities in a minimal, stretchy package. $228, COS

It's a shirt. It's a jacket. It's both. $198, Buck Mason

Nothing says sartorial spring like a vintage wash denim jacket. So here's one of those. $220, Alex Mill

Give this versatile Harrington jacket a place in your closet. It's made from 10-ounce cotton twill that's been washed for a lived-in look and feel. $100, J.Crew

How about a nice rain jacket? This one's outfitted with a hood, waterproof, and sealed against the elements to keep you dry. $198, Mack Weldon

Everyone needs a good bomber. This can be yours. It's made from a cotton/recycled poly blend that's water-resistant and looks like you just stepped off a jet. $148, Everlane

Whether you're running a 10K or just walking to lunch, the Nor'easter jacket's shell repels water and wind, while the Merino liner provides warmth without weighing you down. $300, Tracksmith

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