Looking for a spring jacket to take you through to summer? Look no further.
The sun is shining and summer is well and truly on the horizon, which means it’s time to pack away the winter warmers until Autumn (see our guide on how to care for wool for tips!) and bring out your more seasonally-appropriate clothing from storage.
Although your trusty winter coat might now be a touch on the ‘too warm’ side, the chilly days and April showers mean stepping outside without a jacket on is still not advised. If you find yourself in the position where you need to invest in a new lightweight jacket for spring and summer (that is also ethically-produced of course), here are some of our favourites:
Keiss Jacket, £95, Finisterre
Finisterre’s workwear style Keiss jacket is perfect for warm spring days and summer evenings, made from 100% organic cotton canvas with pocket details taken from miners’ jackets. We love!
Tyler Jacket, €119, Mud Jeans
This unisex denim jacket from MUD Jeans is made of 40% post-consumer recycled cotton, 60% ECOCERT organic cotton and makes the perfect staple for your spring wardrobe. MUD Jeans is founded on circular economy principles and is innovating the sustainable denim market, considering everything from production to packaging, the environment, people and animal welfare.
Embellished Denim Jacket, £120, Anyo Stories
Anyo Stories creates one-of-a-kind embellished denim jacket collections reconstructed from second-hand or vintage denim sourced in the UK, decorated using fabric cut-offs to create statement pieces to add a unique touch to any spring/summer outfit.
Town Jacket Sand, £180, The Acey
This workwear/blazer hybrid jacket from The Acey is smart enough for work but casual enough for weekend wear. Made to order in an effort to reduce waste, it is made in East London using end of roll 100% cotton twill.
Rupi Jacket, £225, Henri London
This relaxed yet smart lightweight jacket from Henri London is made by tailors in India from handwoven kala cotton and dyed with natural indigo. This indigenous variety of cotton is drought resistant and grows on rainwater alone.