In a huge range of colours, styles and cuts, we’re big fans H&M coats this season and the brand’s burgundy cover-up gets full fashion marks.
With its rich wool blend, asymmetric buttons and deep plum shade, it looks far more expensive than its modest price tag. Try teaming it with smoking slippers and crisp cropped trousers in a contrasting colour for polished appeal.
Smart enough to substitute your office blazer; Reiss’ funnel neck jacket will be as welcome at work as it will at the school gates.
Sure to win approval from your brood, team this classic coat with cigarette pants and smoking slippers to nod to your style know-how.
If you usually find that off-the-rail jackets swamp your shape, BHS petite single breasted coat has been cut shorter on the sleeves and body making it a supreme style for petite frames.
With its brass buckle, funnel neck and waist belt, Oasis’ Carrie jacket is a great choice for tapping into this season’s military trend.
If you don’t want to wear a traditional jacket this season, trade in your trench coat for a cosy coatigan.
A halfway house between a coat and a cardigan, with its boucle fabric and stark, silver zips, this neutral number is a great way to give skinny jeans, cropped trousers and pencil skirts a texture mix feel.
Always on our radar for its ability to quickly translate trends, we’re tempted to buy George’s affordable coat in basic black too.
A wish list buy, but one that you’ll want to wear season after season, Chloe’s double breasted pea coat will instantly update your winter wardrobe.
Crafted from made-to-last Nubuck leather, with its aviator-inspired, sheepskin collar, you'll reach for Really Wild Clothing Company's leather bomber season after season.
With its hood, faux fur trim and cinched waist, Warehouse's quilted waxed jacket bridges the gap between practical school run staple and stylish weekend wear.
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