15 Belted Jackets Perfect For Spring


Bye, bye, bulky winter coats!

Ahh, spring has *officially* sprung. And we're so excited to finally swap out all of our bulky winter outerwear for lighter, brighter jackets made for the sometimes-tricky in-between weather coming our way.

While this season's outerwear offerings include the typical mix of trench coats, moto jackets, denim, and more, there's one common denominator: They're all belted. That's right: For spring 2019, it's all about a cinched waist.

To celebrate the spring equinox in style, we rounded up 15 belted jackets perfect for transitional weather. Check 'em out, below.

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Topshop, Trench Coat, $170, available at Topshop.

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Pixie Market, Belted Structured Jacket, $198, available at Pixie Market.

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Pretty Little Thing, White Buckle Waist Denim Jacket, $70, available at Pretty Little Thing.

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Ganni, Flot Jacket, $475, available at Ganni.

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Oak & Fort, Jacket J001, $50, available at Oak & Fort.

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& Other Stories, Belted Cotton Twill Trenchcoat, $149, available at & Other Stories.

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Mango, Pockets Leather Jacket, $249.99, available at Mango.

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Bershka, Belted Denim Jacket, $59.90, available at Bershka.

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Nomia, Navy Sheer Trench Coat, $550, available at Nomia.

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Frankie Shop, Pale Pink Trench Coat, $289, available at Frankie Shop.

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Zara, Belted Cropped Jacket, $69.90, available at Zara.

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Low Classic, Belted Flap Poclet Faux Leather Jacket, $430, available at Farfetch.

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ASOS White, Trench Coat With Quilted Shell Suit Panels, $190, available at ASOS.

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Anine Bing, Aria Trench, $349, available at Anine Bing.

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Opening Ceremony, Gathered Sleeve Trench Coat, $450, available at Opening Ceremony.

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