Trendy Jackets for Autumn/Winter 2013

Trendy Jackets for Autumn/Winter 2013

Chillier weather is certainly setting in, but we’re at that unpredictable time of year when one minute we’re shivering and the next we’re flushed. Why not get your autumnal wardrobe just right with a trendy jacket? We have a selection of fashion-forward designs for both women and men, from structured creations to colourful numbers. All are easy to style, full of trendiness and, of course, perfect for providing an extra layer of warmth this season.

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Let’s start with you ladies. One of the biggest trends to impress the masses is the coatigan, and our South PU Sleeve Coatigan encompasses everything wonderful about them. This design has an asymmetrical front and really cool contrasting sleeves, offering a distinctive aesthetic. Pair with jeans and boots for a contemporary look. Alternatively, there’s our Definitions Boyfriend Cocoon Jacket. It’s wonderfully oversized and also comes in on-trend fuchsia or plain black.

For a slicker finish, you can always choose our Glamorous PU Biker Jacket – a style that never ceases to impress in the transitional seasons – or the Oasis Ponte Jacket, which comes in autumn-appropriate burgundy. Wear either of these with anything and everything in your wardrobe, but we think they’d look particularly good with a flirty dress.

On the men’s front, we’ve got a bevy of stylish designs. How about the Goodsouls Mens Millitary Jacket for a simple, slick look? In a similar style but with a tad more space, the Hilfiger Denim Nixon Mens Jacket will be your go-to cover-up again and again. We also love the Fred Perry Mens Mountain Parka, which comes in a gorgeous forest green shade. The contrasting hood lining, brass buttons and Fred Perry branding increase its fashionability all the more too. For a smart alternative, opt for the Remus Mens Heather Wool Jacket which comes in dark burgundy.

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Which style of jacket do you like best?

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