Transitioning your wardrobe from winter to spring might be the trickiest task of dressing. As the seasons trickle into one another, it’s often too warm for those puffy coats yet too cold for jackets or coats that are too skimpy. The weather is fickle and, at times, frustrating. Enter the antidote to all climate qualms: transitional dressing. It’s the key to shifting your look from the frigid airs of winter to the warmer–yet still brisk–temps of spring.

While much of transitional dressing focuses on the art of layering–and then peeling those layers off, one of the most pivotal steps to cultivating a spring-ready wardrobe is to find a stellar jacket. As we inch towards spring, the harshest of blizzards and winds should have subsided, meaning your outerwear options should not be too heavy or bulky. Think: no arctic-ready puffer coats with excessive down stuffing and no suffocatingly hot shearlings. Instead, the key is to shop for a jacket that is on the lighter side yet still cozy.

In the ba&sh world, transitional outerwear offerings have you covered, quite literally and comfortably. One jacket to consider in your closet is the Siago. It’s a robe-like jacket that is fit for spring. The piece, which comes in a cream and dark blue, is roomy enough to wear with layers underneath it. It also boasts an elevated edge thanks to its textured material and colorful yet minimalist detailing. The best part? You can cinch it around the waist with a belt to highlight your silhouette or wear it open for a more relaxed moment.

As for those who are seeking a more utilitarian look, there is the Widy jacket. The effortless piece has all the makings of a fantastic jacket borrowed from your beau’s closet but is cropped for a more girl-about-town flair that is both understated yet alluring. Here, its killer coolness comes in the details. The jacket has a hint of craftsmanship thanks to its topstitched diamond quilting as well as the makings of a trench with its storm flap. There’s that slice of that devil-may-care, she’s-on-the-go attitude with its epaulets and adjustable drawstrings that allow you to be ready for any situation while still maintaining sleek polish. And whether you choose iterations in black or white, the Widy jacket is crafted to remain as a perpetual classic in your closet.

Of course, there is always the need for a jacket that offers a kick of refinement that can take you from work to drinks. In this case, add the Cesar jacket to your wardrobe. The double-breasted blazer, which comes in black and off-white, is slick thanks to its piped pockets, buttons at the cuff, and a notched collar. Plus, it’s easy to wear with relatively anything, whether you are styling it on top of a nubby fisherman’s sweater, a classic T-shirt, or a men’s button-up. You can also choose to pair it with matching trousers or keep it casual with a pair of faded boyfriend jeans.

One thing is certain: while these jackets are made for transitional dressing, you’ll be keeping them in your closet for many seasons to come.