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four jean jacket outfits you need now

March 27, 2018

No closet is complete without a jean jacket, and this spring we insist you add this versatile two-in-one number to your denim rotation. The Dakota Jacket is a totally casual, fun and flirty twist on the borrowed-from-the-boys original, with a touch of lace trim at the hem for a truly novel, feminine take. The best part? The lace is easily removed for days when you’re feeling that classic look. Quick change anyone? Yes, please! With so many options you’re guaranteed to make the Dakota Jacket work for every occasion, no matter the mood you’re in. Check out these four jean jacket outfits and start mixing and matching your way through spring!

cabi Clothing | Jean Jacket Outfits

Go head-to-toe and pair the Dakota Jacket (with the lace trim!) back to a distressed white jean, then add a jaunty hat and head out into the sun!

Featured Items: Dakota Jacket, Lush Blouse, The High Slim, Sam Edelman Sandals, Banana Republic Straw Hat

Reach for a modish printed dress, and give the entire ensemble a boost with a bold pair of pumps for a ’70s inspired look that’s perfect for a dinner date.

Featured Items:  Dakota JacketAmour Dress, Starfish Medallion Necklace, Laurence Dacade Sandals

The Playsuit is our favorite one-and-done dressing piece…ok fine, two and done: just add the Dakota Jacket sans lace and you’re ready for anything the day throws your way.

Featured Items: Dakota Jacket, Simple PlaysuitSam Edelman Sandal, Rebecca Minkoff Clutch

Play with a simple blue and white color palette by pairing the Dakota Jacket back to white skinnies and a delicate, striped spring blouse.

Featured Items: Dakota Jacket, Wing Top, Zip Skinny, Drop Sparrow Necklace, Tied Up Sandal

Whether you’re rocking the classic look or adding lace for a feminine touch, the Dakota Jacket’s versatility is second to none. We set you off to a good start with the four ensembles outlined about, but there are so many more ways to wear it. Share some ideas in the comments section below! Want extra credit? Post a shot of you in the Dakota Jacket (or your favorite jean jacket from seasons past) and tell us how you styled it!