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Jackets

From spring to autumn, you’ll always need a great jacket to suit the season. Small, light and practical, they’re perfect when the cool breeze starts to drift in, or when it’s just not warm enough for a t-shirt. A stylish, practical jacket is an essential part of any woman’s wardrobe, so come and have a look at what we’ve got to offer. More on Jackets .

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Jackets – a stylish, versatile option

From spring to autumn, you’ll always need a great jacket to suit the season. Small, light and practical, they’re perfect when the cool breeze starts to drift in, or when it’s just not warm enough for a t-shirt. A stylish, practical jacket is an essential part of any woman’s wardrobe, so come and have a look at what we’ve got to offer.

Come rain or shine – the right jacket for you

Is there anything more versatile than a jacket? Lighter than a parka and more practical than a gilet in the rain, it’s an essential item for your wardrobe. In early spring and late autumn, you’ll really appreciate your windbreaker or faux suede style, which are perfect for keeping the rain off and the wind out, but won’t leave you overheated. Make sure you’ve got something lighter for those summer evenings though, such as a stylish denim or safari jacket. These are great when it turns a little chilly and have plenty of pockets for your essentials too. Some models even feature an adjustable drawstring waistline for a perfect fit.

A full colour palette

As always, the colours you choose will reflect your taste and style. If your wardrobe is already full of bright shades, try something a little more subdued: a khaki safari or brown faux suede jacket, for example. However, if you want a splash of colour to brighten up your jeans or tops, how about a pink windbreaker? These are excellent worn open over a plain white shirt or t-shirt, on top of a pair of blue jeans. Don’t forget a pair of socks to match. And if the weather turns too cold for a jacket alone, don’t forget our range of sweaters and pullovers. You can even pick up a thick, wool-lined parka if the temperature really starts to drop!
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