Style doubts are crowded at halftime, when layering -or layer-over-layer technique- is drawn as the best alternative for those days that dawn overcast and end up sunny. But, beyond this recurring style formula, there are other ways to hit any look transitioning to spring and, in this sense, jackets and jackets have a lot to do with it. The coat gives way to the raincoat, the tweed jacket to designs made of lighter materials and the XL-length down jackets are replaced by the most sought-after cropped proposals. Find the key jacket of spring in this selection designed for girls who follow trends but who love relaxed mixes. In the image, the influencer Alex Rivière, wearing a long jacket and a denim shirt in an urban look that is ideal for everyday use.
A gingham checked cardigan
The springiest pattern, with the permission of the flowers, will enliven the most sober mixes with minimal effort. Leave out dark tones and dare with vibrant color squares close to trends, such as yellow, lilac, green or orange. In the image, the prescriber Marta Lozano, wearing a Storets cardigan and pleated pants, the ideal formula to give a break to the mix of T-shirt and jeans.
A raincoat that is not like the others
The most practical and elegant bet for rainy days has a guaranteed space in the wardrobe season after season. The classic trench coat does not shed its sophisticated aesthetic but is renewed with surprising details. For example, with contrasting collars, discreet embroidery or, as in this model worn by the influencer Tine Andrea, with leather trim. A basic all-rounder worth investing in at least once in your life.
The overshirt that you will not take off
With classic lines, made in light fabrics (in spring and summer, forget wool ones) and in easy-to-match colors. The overshirt that you won’t be taking off for the next few months is so versatile that it even works with dress pants, as Emelie Natascha shows in the picture when wearing it with tartan trousers with a check print. The key garment to make the leap from coat to jackets on the warmest days of halftime.