This Under-$50 Jacket Will Make Your Transitional Wardobe

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Simply put: Dressing for transitional weather is hard. It’s cold one minute, warm the next, you don’t know what exactly looks seasonally appropriate, and there’s usually some rain involved. While I’ve certainly yet to fully master the art for myself, I’ve definitely found certain items to be helpful—namely, those which can be layered.

Yup, when it comes to transitional dressing, layering seems to be the name of the game. So what’s all this about? Well, among many wonderful new pieces in our spring Who What Wear collection for Target, there’s an anorak that can help you do just this—and stylishly at that. It’s lightweight enough to wear over other pieces while providing enough coverage to actually help you brave the rain should you get caught in a downpour. It comes in two cute colors (yellow for the bold, and berry for those who, like me, prefer a more subdued look), so you’ll want to wear it no matter what the weather report is. Lastly, as with all our pieces, it’s delightfully affordable.

Have I sold you yet? If not, just keep scrolling to see how to style the piece seven ways, then, of course, shop it for yourself.


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Since starting as an intern back in 2013, Nicole Akhtarzad Eshaghpour has held several roles here at Who What Wear, and she is currently Editor-at-Large. It was a less expected route, seeing as she was graduating from business school at USC when this all began, but it has turned out to be the best one for her. Fast-forward to 2024, and she's moved to NYC from her hometown of Beverly Hills and spends her workdays a little differently from when she was an intern starting out. Currently, she focuses on a weekly mélange of shopping content. As far as her personal style goes, she's largely drawn to classic pieces and neutral basics but will always make an exception for something colorful, printed, or bejeweled as long as it's deemed worthy enough. After all, the only thing she loves more than a good party is dressing up for one. On weekdays, she can usually be found at home eating something delicious for dinner and trying to force her husband to watch Summer House.