Spring Shopping Guide: Babydoll Jackets
After all, you need something to wear over all those full-shaped dresses and tops. Or, babydoll jackets are yet another way to try out the voluminous trend. You can pair them with everything from pencil skirts to miniskirts and both wide-leg or skinny pants. And, yes, the full shape disguises a multitude of flaws. But the best part about babydoll jackets is no matter what your price range, there are several supercute options.

I love See by Chloe because the line interprets regular Chloe's awesome city-bohemian aesthetic but with a not-so-hefty price tag. This babydoll jacket is not exactly cheap, but a similar one from the full-price line would be roughly twice the price.

This Stella McCartney cropped jacket comes with a belt, but I actually prefer it without. It's taffeta too, which is a fancy fabric for such a trendy jacket, but that means it automatically dresses up anything you're wearing. (It's also nearly sold out, so if you like it, order now.)

I love the sweet look and intricate detail in this Ernestine jacket from Alice Ritter--it looks more expensive than it is.

This dramatic Jill Stuart Manifique Olivia jacket is almost Victorian-looking; I love the bell sleeves, and the fact that this is satin makes it appropriate for day or night.

This canvas jacket from Trovata carries a nautical inspiration; and while I have trouble with white, I think the oversized buttons alone make it worth the fuss.

This pretty Rebecca Taylor embroidered hopsack jacket has just enough yellow detail to be flattering on a wide range of skin types, and for those who can't give up the girly, it's very feminine too.

Forever 21's Candace jacket reminds me of one that Sienna Miller has been photographed in like a gazillion times. Also, I think it's nice to wear a bold color like red in the summertime--imagine how hot this would look with a turquoise tank underneath.

Urban Outfitters has a lot of great babydoll jackets, but I think this one from Lux is my favorite. It looks like a Mike & Chris style, but is way more affordable.

But my favorite option of all is this babydoll jacket--it's in terrycloth, which I think is a fun choice of fabrics. Probably not work-appropriate, but maybe you can get away with it when your boss is on vacation.

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