Style du Monde
Okay, so summer is here—great—but there is one issue the warm weather brings that no one really discusses, and that is the issue of jackets. It's too hot to wear a full coat, plus it clashes with your cute summer look, but that tank top you're wearing isn't going to keep you from shivering when the temperatures drop later in the evening. Stereotypical summer clothes also won't protect you against the evil AC that seems to blast only on you at work. (Seriously, though, am I the only one who has a space heater on nearly 24/7 during the summer? Let me know.)
In an effort to solve this all-too-common issue, we have rounded up 20 jackets that are going to be your saving grace in these unfortunate do I jacket, do I not jacket moments. Having at least of few of these lightweight toppers on hand at all times will be more convenient than you realize. Basically, the next time you find yourself wondering what kind of jacket does one wear in the summer? You'll already know (and own) the answer.
Go on to shop 20 lightweight jackets that are perfect for summer.
This kimono is the best way to brighten up an all-white outfit.
Nothing says "breezy" like a little gingham.
If you're going to wear a denim jacket to the office, make sure it's cool.
Subtle stripes for the win.
Wear this closed as a top or open as a jacket.
This is the office version of a kimono.
We have no words for this jacket.
This brand has the best outerwear.
That ruffled sleeve is giving us life.
This satin quilted jacket may look heavy, but it's actually very lightweight.
If you don't already have a trench coat in your closet, now's the time to pull the trigger.
Upgrade your everyday surplus jacket with a flash of embroidery.
The pleated details make this jacket extraordinary.
This color will go with tons of items in your wardrobe.
The pizzazz a plain black jacket needs.
Proof this jacket can make jeans and a T-shirt 10 times cooler.
This duster is the color we want to live in this summer.
The poplin summer jacket of your dreams.
Delicate florals will do wonders for your ensemble.