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Street Style: Transitional Jackets

By Jamie Carson, Junior Digital Editor | Mar 2016

The time has finally come to banish our coats to the back of the wardrobe and get the lightweight jackets out. But have you spent so long in your overcoat trudging through the deathly chill of winter that you don’t know what a transitional layer is? Then we’re here to help with this latest edition of street style…


Photo Credit: Joe Harper

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These have been massive over the last few seasons, so they were in much need of a revamp. This season expect to see neutral colours such as sand and khaki across bombers, as well as them being worn over hoodies and sweatshirts for a layered look. If you want to experiment with textures, try out suede or cord for extra interest.

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Denim jackets are one of those layers that can be thrown on with anything without too much thought – and it’ll always look good. Every man should have one decent option in his arsenal whatever his style. From workwear to streetwear to rock, it’s a versatile cover up that can be reworked into a multitude of looks whatever your persona.

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Leather jackets have predominantly been seen as indie in the mainstream this last decade, but from the looks of these biker and DIY styles, they’re getting a 70s punk revamp. Add your own patches to make it your own and go up a size for a baggy fit if you’re wanting to channel the anarchic rawness of the look seen here.

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It wouldn’t be a transition without the bumpy weather, but we have a hack to bypass those spring showers whilst keeping your outfit on point - waterproof macs. Danish brand Rains have some great water-resistant options that’ll keep you looking fresh and dry during those inevitable midday downpours.

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