American men often think of jackets as an item to wear in the fall, but as we reach the warmer months, a lightweight jacket for Spring is the way to go. Today, in menswear, the rules are flexible. classic lightweight jacket style with an elevated modern performance twist.PEYMAN UMAY ‘s vibrant sports jacket from the made-to-measure collection a fresh alternative but powerful look and ASOS’ non-stretch denim jacket features a postcard design, spread collar, button placket, and button chest pockets.
These 5 top casual jacket styles are equal parts seasonally appropriate, versatile and stylish. First comes The Bomber Jacket.These jackets are typically distinguished by a ribbed collar, waistband and cuffs. The bomber jacket dates back to the 1950s and has its roots firmly imprinted in the European and United States military. It is is one of the most iconic fashion pieces in pop culture, worn by celebrities, athletes and regular civilians.
2) The Leather Jacket.A leather jacket is the grail piece of all the jackets on this list. If it’s thick enough, it can serve as a warm winter jacket. Meanwhile a brown leather jacket is prime to be dressed up with button up and necktie. Even still, these are rakish looks with a touch of refinement and complete masculinity.
3)The Denim Jacket. Whether it’s dark wash, mid or light wash with vintage fades, the denim jacket remains a timeless staple not just in American fashion, but around the world. The denim jacket, also called a jean jacket and trucker jacket. Denim in denim of course is a bold move, but it can be done.
4) The Harrington Jacket. The Harrington jacket also known as blouson, and originally called the Baracuta G9, was popularized by Elvis Presley in the late 1950s. It’s a lightweight, waist-length jacket made of cotton, polyester, wool blend.
5) The Field Jacket. It’s a lightweight, waist-length jacket made of cotton, polyester, wool blend The field jacket’s casual, loose and free-flowing aesthetic calls for endless layering combinations.
It is the top layer in all senses of the word. The one that brings the whole look together, the one that people see instantly. The best option, though, is relative. There’s not one end-all, be-all.
– IRENE JAMES