We Try On All The Spring Jackets In Missguided So You Don't Have To
The Debrief: We asked blogger That Pommie Girl to do a Changing Room Selfies takeover
Temperatures are definitely lifting, and our old winter coats are starting to feel too much like duvets we're lugging around unnecessarily. So we asked Aussie girl Sarah Ashcroft of awesome blog That Pommie Girl to do some roadtesting of Missguided.co.uk's best spring jackets, meaning you can see what they look like before you whack'em in your shopping cart. And stop suffocating on the bus/tube/train.
Check out Sarah's choice of jackets, then stalk her on Instagram to get her styling tips.
The Camel Coat
‘One thing that is so on trend right now is mixing shades of the same colour, so this camel sleeveless jacket works perfectly with this nude body,’ says Sarah. It's like matchy-matchy, but in a good way.
The Summer Biker
Thought biker jackets were all heavy and clunky? They don't have to be. ‘Sleeveless leather jackets are the perfect alternative to your everyday leather jacket and great for that spring summer transition,’ Sarah explains.
The Blush Pink Bomber
‘Blush is such a massive colour trend this spring/summer, and this bomber looks really effective over just eans and a white tee,’ says Sarah. Bombers don't just have to be for the weekend, either - try pairing it over cigarette trousers, with loafers, for work.
The Workwear Blazer
‘This blazer is perfect for dressing up a simple black on black outfit - the tuxedo style makes it feel a bit more androgynous.’
The Checked Trench
‘This is a beautiful twist on the normal camel/beige macs,' says Sarah. 'The tartan print in a soft grey makes it the perfect spring colour.’
The 80s Throwback
Hello woman who means business, but isn't scared of a bit of hot pink. We like the whole Moschino SS15 look going on here. ‘If you are looking for a jacket to dress up any outfit add an 80s vibe that is so on-trend right now, then this jacket is a great choice,' Sarah explains.
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