Just choose one that’s sufficiently lightweight for layering, and go to town. I’m putting this Iro jacket first because it’s my birthday in a couple of weeks, and I want certain individuals who like to claim that I am tough to shop for to see that I am making it very, very easy this year.
Another one from Iro. Iro is killing me this season.
If this bandana print jacket had been presented to me during a pre-photo shoot walk-through at my old job, I would totally have had one of my not-on-my-watch moments and excised it from the rack. But I am currently finding it quite charming.
A straightforward cotton version from J. Crew that plays it as lady as it does tomboy, which I like.
This one might be on the thick side for layering, what with the leather sleeves, but its overwhelming cuteness prevented it from exclusion here. Truly, in a season of bomber jackets, the best take I’ve seen yet.
Possibly the most layer-able of them all: the material Rag & Bone uses for this jacket—which they seem to do a new iteration of every season—is stretchy and comfortable like a sweater, but reads structured like a jacket.
Here’s your light and weekendy get-on-an-airplane-looking-put-together-but-still-totally-comfortable option.