Retailers call it 'transitional'. We call it tricky - that period at the start of spring, when there might be sunny days but the mercury hasn't really risen much and it's not quite time to pack away our winter clothes.
One thing you can ditch now though? Big winter coats. Instead, you need a versatile jacket or two that will see you through to summer proper. Trend-wise, there's lots to choose from right now, whatever your style.
Bright colours abound, with biker jackets and blazers in citrus shades, but if you're looking for neutral goes-with-anything hues, the utility trend has got you covered. Considering that jackets are always going to be on high rotation in your wardrobe, it's worth investing in a couple of key pieces.
Here are four spring trends to try now...
The tailoring trend shows no sign of slowing down, but if a two-piece suit isn't your bag, try a longline jacket instead.
Team a bright blazer with a print T-shirt and jeans for a casually cool outfit, or try a pastel jacket over a midi dress and boots for something a bit more dressy.
Military inspired jackets are marching into fashion this spring, but not the ostentatious gold brocade-covered kind.
These utility jackets, in khaki and cream shades, are made for women who value practicality and style in equal measure - with all those pockets, you don't even need a handbag.
Bright biker jackets
Give your beloved black biker jacket a timeout and let one of these colourful creations brighten up your spring wardrobe.
From real leather to faux suede and PU, there's a biker for every budget.
Spring's answer to the puffer, a quilted jacket offers warmth without the weight.
Lightly quilted in cool patterns, these modern styles are great for pairing with dressed-down ensembles - or scrunching up and chucking in your bag when the weather's changeable.