The Spring Coats And Jackets Your Wardrobe Needs Now, Even If It's Still Technically Winter

ISTANBUL, TURKEY - OCTOBER 14: Elcin Sonakin is wearing a Burberry trenchcoat and and a Celine bag during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Istanbul SS15 at Antrepo 3 on October 14, 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey. (Photo by Timur Emek/Getty Images for IMG)
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Now that the weather is finally starting to warm up, it's time to set your bulky winter coat on fire while dancing a happy jig around the flames. Erm... I mean, store it carefully in the back of your closet to make room for spring coats and jackets. You'll need it next winter, after all. 

Although it makes sense to have just one really good winter coat in a sensible color that you wear every day, spring outerwear is a totally different ballgame. The weather changes wildly on a day to day basis, and you no longer need a coat that's so bulky it takes up all of your closet space. Spring is the perfect time to update your outerwear collection with not one but multiple jackets. After all, a girl needs options — especially when it's warm and sunny one moment but pouring rain the next. 

Whether you're looking for the perfect spring festival outfit topper or a smart layering choice for the office, I've got you covered. Click through for ten of the best of-the-moment outerwear choices, handpicked for your spring wardrobe. 

The Floral Trench Coat

Ditch your classic tan trench for a floral one. Florals may not groundbreaking for spring, but this trench is awfully pretty. 

River Island Floral Soft Trench Coat, $171, asos.com

The Suede Jacket

Suede is everywhere right now, and this gorgeous jacket would be appropriate for everything from work to the weekend. 

Long Suede Jacket, $319, zara.com

The Camo Utility Jacket

Green parkas are the cool girl’s wardrobe staple. Add a little visual interest with a camo print and pair with white skinny jeans. 

Camo Utility Jacket, $45, forever21.com 

The Cool Raincoat (Yes, It Exists)

Many of us have dark memories of the dorky raincoats we were forced to wear to middle school. This metallic raincoat is better (and cheaper) than therapy. 

The Ragged Priest Hooded Festival Rain Metallic Jacket, $108, asos.com

The Casual Cape

You can’t go wrong with a wool cape in a neutral color like black or camel, but it’s hard to resist this modern twist on the classic. You’ll find yourself wearing it every rainy weekend this spring.

Brooklyn Baby Hoodie Cape, $98, freepeople.com

The Flowing Kimono

Whether it’s a floral kimono, a cozy cardigan that goes to your ankles, or a lace shawl, there’s a lot of appeal to wearing what is essentially a very fancy blanket. 

Long Embroidered Kimono, $100, zara.com

The Grungy Denim Jacket

Switch out your usual jean jacket for one in a faded black wash. Suddenly your childhood staple is all grown up. 

Denim Black Western Jacket, $72, asos.com

The Pastel Leather jacket

Swapping out your black leather jacket for one in a soft pastel color will give a breath of fresh air to all of your spring outfits. 

Wheels and Dollbaby Classic Moto Jacket, $465, nastygal.com

The Long Vest

Whether you get a fringed suede vest for Coachella or a more classic style for work, choose a longer cut for a more interesting silhouette. 

Long Tailored Waistcoat, $100, zara.com

The White Blazer

Because spring is THE time to buy a white blazer. You can wear it to work and out on the town: Just remove your button-down for a sexy nighttime look.  

Cameo Hideaway Blazer, $119, nastygal.com