A lightweight utility jacket is a sign Spring has well and truly arrived when it can be worn. It means the days are getting warmer and the layers can start to be shed. Here are a few jackets which will make you feel brighter and breezier as Spring continues to bloom.
Belted Utility Jacket by Marks & Spencer – this pink colour makes the classic wardrobe staple of a utility jacket softer to wear, warming skin tones to help recreate a healthy glow.
Utility Jacket by Maison Scotch – a sporty version of the utility jacket with the blue and pink stripe detail.
Navy Utility Jacket by Mint Velvet – this navy version is an alternative to the usual khaki green.
Drake Utility Jacket by Baukjen – I love the classic style of this jacket. It is bound to be one worn again and again. Worn with a gilet over the top for cold mornings or thrown over a camisole on warmer days, a utility jacket is a versatile piece.
Camouflage Jacket by Top Shop – camouflage may not be for everyone but it looks great with a simple tee and jeans.
Casual Utility Jacket by Whistles – this paler colour would be perfect thrown over a floral dress.
Romeo Jacket by Hush – this casual utility jacket would look fab with denim shorts or over a maxi dress.
Denim Utility Jacket by French Connection – an alternative to the usual denim jacket and in a colour which can be made to look smart or casual.
Linen Blend Jacket by Vince – Vince is great for its cut and style and this belted utility jacket is another good example of their design.
Oversized Belted Jacket by & Other Stories – this style is cheaper than the Vince utility coat but is just as stylish.
Twill Utility Jacket by H&M – this oversized option can function more as a lightweight coat and teamed with a fine knit is perfect for cooler mornings.