Spring has already arrived, some have already released their light dresses and sandals, but as you well know, spring is a capricious season and often in the evening it is cool.
For parties outside or just for a casual and elegant look at the time, we invite you to discover the trends for the spring jacket this season. This season the trends follow those of the previous year. In our selection, we will present the jackets must of every fashionista: the trench coat, the bomber jacket, the denim jacket, the leather jacket and the classic jackets,
Spring jacket: the trench coat is a must-have classic in autumn and spring
The trench coat, translated as a trench coat in French, is a waterproof coat that normally goes down to the calves and has raglan sleeves. Nowadays, trench coats are also made of cotton, leather and other materials. The classic colors of the trench coat are ocher, khaki, beige and black. A men’s clothing at the base, it is also worn by women for a masculine look. Like the American Air Force’s bomber jacket, the trench coat was worn by soldiers, this time English and French, during the First World War. Did you know that the first trench coat was designed by Thomas Burberry in 1914? The trench coats were popularized in black films and “film detectives”, especially by actor Humphrey Bogart. In the famous movie The Matrix , humans, Neo and Morpheus, wear black trench coats when they go into the womb. It is also the case of certain characters of films Sin City , X-Men , The Crow , Underworld and others. In the 1960s, Yves Saint Laurent made trench coats a recurring element of his ready-to-wear left bank collections . In the 1970s, the trench coat was a fashion item for the punk movement. In the 1980s and 1990s, several groups of Gothic, industrial and metal wear a trench coat. It is popularized by Burberry, but also offered at Balenciaga, Dior, Paul Smith and Tommy Hilfiger.
Long jacket in lavender color inspired by the design of the trench coat
Jackets and coats short or medium length are ideal for cool days in spring or autumn. Graphic patterns, small and large tiles are always trendy. Combined with a monochrome skirt or pants and a stylish jacket, you’ll always be ready for the sun and the rain at once!
Zara spring jacket and River Island skirt, source: Romeo’s Fashion Fix
The Fifth Label Graphic Design Jacket, Stockholm Fashion Week, source: Girl in Men’s Wear
At the base, the bomber was a nylon jacket created for pilots of the United States Air Force and those of the Navy . So it was a part of the Americans’ military uniform. In English it bears the name bomber jacket . These in the 50s that the company Alpha Industries decided to market it and make it accessible to the general public. Until the 2000s, it existed only in navy blue and olive green. The Belgian designer Raf Simons decides to make a whole collection interpreting the bomber jacket in different colors. Later, it is found at Givenchy and Dior. The bomber also has an interesting social history. It becomes an identity mark for skinheads in the 80s who consider themselves proletarians and later, in the 90s, by American rappers Dr. Dre and Nas. Nowadays, it is simply seen as a modern, stylish and elegant piece of clothing.
Aviator Jacket / Baseball Jacket, London Fashion Week
Bomber jacket with floral print
American Apparel Floral Print Bomber Jacket
American Apparel Floral Print Bomber Jacket, Gucci Dress, Toronto Girl
Jacket style bomber jacket with vintage floral print
Denim is still relevant. It has not ceased to be since its inception in the city of Genoa in 1889. A workwear at the base, the jeans has a long history and for years has not stopped to inspire the creators and to always be present at fashion shows. It became a fashion piece in the 1935s, when for the first time on the cover of Vogue magazine, an illustration of two women wearing Levi’s appeared. It is then popularized in American films. In the 1950s he became a symbol of the revolt of the younger generation. It is associated with the black jacket and the Harley Davidson, it is the James Dean and Marlon Brando look that was even banned schools in the United States. Until the 1960s, the classic jeans model does not evolve. It is only at the arrival of the hippie movement that it begins to vary in colors, shapes, cuts, etc.
The denim jacket: eternal trend!
Boyish style long denim jacket with pearls
The jean jacket was a must in the years 1980-1990. Short, arched, raw or faded, she regularly returns from the podiums to the street. Over the decades, the range of denim garments is expanding and the first denim jackets are appearing. The jeans jacket is both lighter and softer than a
Bohemian style jacket inspired by 70s fashion and Dream Often t-shirt, source: Sincerely Jules
Plaid jacket, model of the artist Chelsea Leyland
The leather jacket, followed by the suede jacket … Suede, or suede, is a type of leather with a softer finish that makes it suitable for creating lighter clothes: dresses, blouses, skirts. Lighter than the leather jacket, made in principle based on cowhide, it is ideal in the spring. Currently, one can of course find several ecological alternatives. Originally, suede was used mainly for the creation of gloves.
Edun leather jacket, Sorel sandals, Cos socks
Favorite look: Banana Republic silk dress
A dreamy, elegant and unique look
Long waterproof blue jacket
Leather jacket for a casual and elegant look
White jacket for a chic and spring look
Black color: always elegant and modern no matter the season
Oasis jacket / coat in blue, Lavish Alice skirt, Salvatore Ferragamo boots, source: Romeo’s Fashion Fix.