It’s that annoying time of year where the weather can vary wildly even within a 24-hour period. Cool in the morning, but cold enough for a coat; warm in the afternoon, but not rolled up shirtsleeves warm.
For the more tailored days, I’ve taken to wearing jackets made of overcoat fabric, like this one in Hazelnut. I had this made with a quarter-lining, so as to not overheat should it get too warm during those days of spring.
This color is relatively neutral and can be paired with flannel trousers and a simple dress shirt or knit. On the other side, swap this turtleneck out for a sweatshirt and jeans for a more weekend-ready look.
For the breezier mornings, add a lightweight scarf to finish off the ensemble.