The Very Essential Utility Jacket

jacket ANTHROPOLOGIE, a similar, less expensive version here | jeans J BRAND, a similar, less expensive pair here | tee ANTHROPOLOGIE | booties TOMS | tote LIVE FASHIONABLE | similar necklace | sunglasses KAREN WALKER | photography by Rachel Norris

A utility jacket is a Spring wardrobe staple, and a piece you can wear Spring through Fall. This lightweight jacket pairs effortlessly with seemingly any outfit, from blue jeans to white jeans to shorts to sundresses. It’s a great daytime and travel jacket, and I like to think of it as the counterpart to the denim jacket, which is my other “must-have” Spring jacket!

One of favorite combos is a utility jacket paired with pink {blush, light or hot pink} like I am wearing in this post. I also love a this army green color over nautical stripes like this top or this dress, as well as with crisp white.

Styling a utility jacket is almost full-proof since this shade of green goes with surprisingly almost-anything! And once you own one, you’ll wonder how you lived without. 

Here are my utility jacket picks for the season, in a variety of price-points ::

Also, I know I have talked about them before, but if you are looking for an ultra-comfy pair of Spring shoes, this Tom’s pair is it! They are available in 21 colors and a super versatile shoe that can be worn now into Spring and Summer and later into Fall.

Stylishly yours,

P.S. Two GREAT sales are happening today at two of my favorite retailers.

First, Colleen Rothschild, who’s skincare products I use each and every day, is offering 20% off her Best Sellers with code BEST20. I use the Radiant Cleansing Balm and Face Oil No 9 every evening and the Complete Eye Cream both day and night! This skincare line is life changing, and it’s the perfect time to try it.

Second, Shopbop is having one of their biggest sales of the year and SO many cute Spring items are marked down 15%-25% off with code GOBIG17.

Here are some of my sale picks…I want everything pictured below!




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