Spring Outfits Three Ways to Wear

Three Jackets x Nine Outfits

Today I’m sharing three jackets I’m loving lately. You’ve seen each of these jackets on the blog before, but now that I’ve had each of them for a bit I’ve had a chance to style them in different ways, so I have some new outfits to share for each jacket. I’m finding all three of them to be great pieces to dress up or down. If you like pieces that can take you from work to weekend, these three jackets will do just that! I’ll link to the original post where I shared more detail about fit and sizing below.

ONE: Jacket (c/o) | Exact Cami (Similar w/ more sizes) | Black Jeans | Shoes (c/o) | Similar Locket | Handbag (c/o) | Earrings |  Ponytail Extension | Sunglasses

THREEMoto Jacket | Lace Cami | Jeans (c/o) [Similar w/more sizes] | Sandals | Necklace | Earrings | Handbag (c/o) [Budget Option]

(Original Post HERE)
This is a nice lightweight, cute and simple piece that’s easy to dress up or down. My dressy outfit could work as a business casual outfit if you’re allowed to wear jeans. If not just swap out the black jeans for black dress pants! I’ve also worn it in an athleisure outfit to my kids flag football games. It was comfortable and practical but still felt cute without being over-the-top dressy.


Jacket (c/o) | Exact Cami (Similar w/ more sizes) | Black Jeans | Shoes (c/o) | Similar Locket | Handbag (c/o)


At first glance I think this jacket looks the most casual of the three, but it works just as well in a dressier outfit. I kept the color pattern the same for my dressy and casual looks here, but I switched the joggers for dress pants, knit cami for a nicer dressy cami, and the sandals for some leopard pumps. I think it works pretty nicely in a business casual outfit!



Same base outfit as above, just a different outer layer! My exact joggers are from Target last year, but their current version looks a bit more slouchy than what I like for joggers so I’d opt for this option instead or the ones I’m sharing in the next two outfits in blue. My jacket is also true to size but if you’re between sizes, go up.

And last but not least, this neutral moto jacket. My Dressy outfit here (and in the intro image) is a date night outfit rather than a business casual outfit, but I think this jacket could also work for business casual dress codes by pairing it with the same pieces as the olive utility jacket (nicer white cami, black dress pants, and pumps). I also have the grey version of this jacket (see it HERE) but for some reason I am not reaching for that as much in Spring as I did in Winter. Something about this “Sand” color just seems lighter and more in-season to me. At any rate, it works great for dressy, casual and in between! The full price on this is a little steep, but it’s likely to go on sale for Memorial Day weekend so hold off a few days to check out that sale if you’re thinking about getting this one!




Moto Jacket | Tee | Necklace | Shoes (c/o) | Handbag (c/o)

That’s a wrap for today! I don’t have a Monday Memo today because I just felt I needed a little break from it (mainly because I didn’t feel like I had anything interesting to say!). I’ll have an end-of-month update coming up next week so I’ll cover a lot of the lifestyle chit chat in that post. I will have another blog post on Wednesday talking about my seasonal shopping strategies lately so I hope you’ll stop by!

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