While warm weather is certainly on its way, there are still plenty of drizzly days and cool, breezy nights that require some form of outerwear that can stand up to the elements without feeling bulky. Enter the safari jacket. With a more modern fit than the kind Hemingway sported, they're now crafted from lightweight cotton or breathable nylon blends but have the same versatility and ample pocket space of the originals. And while a handful of designer collections walked dusty pastels and stereotypical sandy versions down their runways, we suggest going with a sleek, subdued shade like navy. Think of it as a less affected trench coat. One that you won't mind balling up and stuffing into a bag if the sun starts shining.