This Everlane jacket is ‘the perfect transition piece’ for spring, especially for 40 percent off

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Winter may be winding down, but it doesn’t mean you have to put away your jackets for good. After all, the weather can be pretty unpredictable no matter what season it is.

If you’re the type of person who gets cold easily, Everlane’s ReNew Channeled Liner puffer jacket is the perfect item to have to your spring wardrobe. It’s lightweight, stylish and great for adding an extra layer of warmth. Oh, and did we mention, it’s 40 percent off?

Shop: The ReNew Channeled Liner, $58 (Orig. $98)

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But perhaps the best part of the jacket is the material it’s made of. Designed from 100 percent recycled polyester, it’s one of the most sustainable and eco-friendly items you can own. Plus, it doesn’t require any special maintenance. Just toss it in the washer when it get’s dirty and you’re good to go.

As a bonus, the jacket is available in sizes XXS to XXL and also comes in a teal blue color.

“What I love about this jacket is how warm it is without adding unnecessary bulk,” one reviewer wrote. “It’s casual enough to throw on to take the dog out on a walk, but fashionable enough to wear for dinner and drinks. AND it’s made from recycled polyester? Win win win. Love it.”

So, whether you’re in need of a transitional jacket for spring or a lightweight cover for a cool morning, this may be the chic option you’re looking for.

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