It’s time to make room in your wardrobe for spring jackets. Here you will find 10 new models to wear both for going to the office and for leisure time. Unlined, light, with precious natural yarns and refined details, they lend themselves both to the more formal looks and to the casual-chic ones. A white t-shirt, jeans or chinos, a pair of sneakers .. and that’s it. If you are always on the move and need lots of pockets, Luigi Bianchi Mantova has created a model for you: its multipocket jacket, with contrasting details and finishes, is also creasable and extremely functional.
In case of sudden rain the Corneliani model, single-breasted unlined with a herringbone pattern, in wool, silk and linen, with removable nylon harness and concealed hood, is ideal. For those who love fabrics and natural shades here is the beige single-breasted in wool and linen, unlined, by Brioni; the blue, very trendy, is instead the shade chosen by Canali for his Kei jacket, two buttons with patch pockets, characterized by a sophisticated texture created by the special silk-cashmere mat.
It could not be missing the red, trendy color par excellence also this season; the Gutteridge brand proposes it in the soft version, definitely more portable if we talk about jackets for the office. If you are looking for a sporty-cut jacket and your favorite fabric is denim, your choice will fall on the Jeckerson blazer in linen and cotton. Two evergreen patterns like the check, in the macro version, and the houndstooth, we find them in the proposals of Pal Zileri (silk and linen wool) and Seventy (linen and cotton with patch pockets).
Finally two proposals of double-breasted jackets. The one by Paolo Pecora, with welt pockets, is made of interlock cotton, while the second, by Stella McCartney, is an original interpretation of the pinstripe, with a bold color, in linen, viscose and cotton.