In vs. Out: These jackets are trendy in spring 2021 – and these are no longer

How do you arm yourself fashionably for the spring season? With a new jacket that will bring you warm and stylish through the zigzag weather. We reveal which new trend pieces you can now rely on and which you should better leave in the closet for the current season. Attention! Don’t throw anything away – the jackets that are now disappearing into the depths of our closet will definitely be back in fashion in one of the next few seasons. Because, as is well known, everything comes back in fashion.

Trend for spring 2021: These jackets are now in – and these are out

1. Trend for spring 2021: In – Chore Jackets // Out – Classic anoraks

Do you already know what a chore jacket is? No! May we introduce: Chore translates as “duties” in German. That’s why the jackets look as if they were part of a classic workers uniform. What makes them stand out? The trend jackets have a boxy cut and patch pockets. So straightforward that they are the perfect companions for a minimalist spring look. The jacket trend in spring 2021 is simply a new alternative to the classic anorak. Just as practical, but with 100 percent more style factor!

Brittany Bathgate has opted for a minimalist chore jacket for spring

2. Trend for spring 2021: In – down jackets in pastel shades // Out – down jackets in muted colors

It can get really cold again in spring 2021, especially if we spend the evenings outside again. Then a down jacket can help. Can’t you see them anymore? Then bring freshness to your wardrobe with a down jacket in pastel tones such as lilac, yellow or pink. The perfect highlight for every subtle everyday outfit. Down jackets in muted colors have to disappear very quickly in the back of the closet. Sorry! We love you guys, but we need a little distance!

Nina Sandbech brings the down jacket in pastel shades into spring

3. Trend for spring 2021: In – lambskin jackets in the 70s style // Out – lambskin jackets in an oversize look

Attention! Lambskin lovers do not have to do without the cuddly material even in spring. The key to good style: jackets with a retro look, for example cropped jackets in blouson style or trendy items with individual lambskin details – e.g. on the collar, hem or cuffs. Take the 70s look to the extreme. Nothing looks cooler than pairing the jackets with bell-bottoms and turtlenecks. Sheepskin jackets in an oversize look, on the other hand, are now taking a summer break. But they are guaranteed to keep us warm again in the coming winter!

So 70s: Monica de La Villardière relies on a cropped lambskin jacket with a retro flair

4. Trend for spring 2021: In – Long Shackets // Out – jackets in eggshape shape

What brings us perfectly through the unsteady spring weather without having to throw ourselves back into our winter coats? The long shacket! The mix of shirt and jacket in long form keeps you warm and is perfect for a trendy layered look. With a tight turtleneck and shirt underneath, the shacket now looks particularly cool. Eggshape jackets, on the other hand, are a bit too ladylike. Spring 2021 simply calls for more casual trends.

Naaomi Ross gives the spring-like layered look a casual look with a long shacket

5. Trend for spring 2021: In – fleece jackets // Out – multifunctional jackets

The functional look will also be with us in spring 2021. Most of them want to finally get out into nature and experience micro-adventures again. This requires the right clothing. For jacket trends this means: rely on cool fleece jackets. Outerwear in this material is so popular that we also wear it in the city. Fleece jackets now make an exciting break with girlish blouses, skirts and dress pants. Multifunctional jackets, on the other hand, look too sporty in everyday life and should only be reserved for outdoor activities.

With her fleece jacket from The North Face, Sonia Lyson creates an outdoor look that is chic enough for the city

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