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4 Must-Have Autumn Coats

As summer ends in the abrupt and devastating way it does every year and autumn arrives along with the wind and the rain, the only thing that can help us through is the fact that a new season means a new wardrobe, right?! The biggest investments you can make into your autumn wardrobe are coats, as they are both a staple and a statement piece. This season, there are four coats that every wardrobe must have.

The bomber jacket

Originally attire for pilots and aviators, the bomber jacket has evolved to become a fashion statement no one can ignore. With its gathered cuffs, waist and collar, the bomber has a casual structure that makes it the perfect alternative for a leather jacket or blazer. Silk or cotton, bold or black, the options are endless and the style is universal. Pair your bomber with your favourite logo tee, skinny jeans and boots for the ultimate autumn look.

The classic trench

The trench doesn’t require an introduction; it has stood the test of time and proven to be an absolute necessity in every woman’s wardrobe.  Versatile and chic, the same coat can take you from Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Audrey Hepburn to solving crime with Olivia Benson in Law & Order: SVU. If you aren’t the type for a structured coat, try one in a soft suede to add a little more movement but still maintain the elegance of a classic style.

The denim jacket

The denim jacket has been a rotating resident in the fashion world for over 100 years, but this year it is truly essential. Light wash and oversized boyfriend style denim is the trend of the season and the perfect addition to your autumn wardrobe. A denim jacket is the perfect trans-seasonal piece as it isn’t too heavy and can easily be layered as it gets cooler. Throw it over your shoulders or roll up the sleeves to give your jacket a more relaxed look.

The statement coat

The cooler months tend to encourage deeper, richer tones, as opposed to the light and bright shades of the warmer months. Having a statement coat in your wardrobe allows you to have the best of both worlds and take your outfit to a new level or just add a much-needed pop of colour. Be bold and try a red coat in a classic style or opt for a soft pastel palette. The key to the statement coat is colour, so avoid black, white and nude shades for the most impact.

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