Men’s spring jacket: the best models of 2021
Spring is approaching and, although in many shops there is still air of sale, the most passionate about news and trends of the Men fashion, they will already be thinking about how to renew their wardrobe for next season. We, first of all, have only one obsession and are waiting to leave our homes with a look from the new collections spring summer 2021, upon the arrival of the first mild days. Let’s not rush things too much though and let’s think, first of all, of the new men’s spring jackets, to buy now and wear until late May.
If you are the bomber type, the coolest of the season is certainly the latest men’s fashion collection Celine designed by Hedi Slimane. Inspired by the College style, it is made of leather and characterized by contrasting details such as striped knit inserts and enameled snaps.
The biker jacket
Leather diehards will be looking for a new biker-style jacket. The model we like the most, among the news for spring 2021, is from the new collection designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. Characterized by the two-tone design, it is made with recycled leathers from previous seasons.
Lovers of outdoor style will appreciate the parka from the new men’s collection Burberry, designed by Riccardo Tisci. Characterized by workwear-inspired details, such as the rubberized taping that make it waterproof, it stands out for a bright orange color (one of the trendy colors for 2021).
The denim jacket
Unmissable in any respectable spring wardrobe, the coolest denim jacket of the season is the one seen on the catwalk with the latest men’s show Dolce & Gabbana. It stands out for its oversized design and patchwork structure, made up of denim in different finishes and washes.
The chicest spring jacket of 2021 is probably the duster. What we are in love with is the signed model Prada, with an essential silhouette with three buttons, waterproof and sustainable since it is made of regenerated nylon.
The velvet jacket
A velvet jacket can be an original alternative to more classic models. Choose a vintage one, if you love the planet, or a retro Seventies inspired one, like the one designed by Alessandro Michele for the latest men’s collection Gucci.