Blow the dust off your warm, winter clothes, it’s time to bring back those beloved coats, blazers and jackets you haven’t seen for months. Don’t know the difference between the three? Or how to wear them? We’re here to help you with your ultimate outerwear glossary. Let’s keep you feeling warm and looking great.
- Blazer Jacket
- Biker Jacket
- Bomber Jacket
- Classic Cloth Coat
- Frock Coat
- Chanel Jacket
- Teddy Coat
- Classic Trench
Choose a cut under the waist to flatter a triangular silhouette.
Stylise your look with a flowing drape and straight-cut, or combine it with matching trousers for the total look.
Go for padded blazers to structure your upper body.
Give it a twist for 2020 Autumn-Winter season with oversize and padded XXL blazers.
Storm any event with a classic black biker jacket – just the right amount of attitude. Every wardrobe needs one.
Show off your neck with open collars.
Avoid padded jackets as they add too much volume.
Give your biker chic some feminine, Autumn elegance by blending the biker with a dress and bringing out the best of both styles. Throw a trench on top to keep the cold at bay.
Snap up a feathered oversize Anorak – they’re everywhere this season.
Wear skinny pants to balance your upper and lower body. Whatever your silhouette.
Dare to red. It’s this season’s trending colour and always harmonises your outfit.
Splash some vivid colour when it comes to your Anorak and combine it with pastel pieces. Who said winter outfits can’t have colour?
Combine the raincoat with dresses and high-heeled boots.
Choose powdery colours with a black look underneath for an elegant outfit you can wear to work.
Enhance your silhouette with adjustable drawstrings.
Dare to mix up styles with your raincoat, it’s the new trend.
Bring in monochromatic jackets to avoid adding volume.
Pair it with skirts or high-waisted skinny jeans.
Go for thin jackets so you can use it in summer and under other pieces in winter.
Classics are classic for a reason. This wool or polyester piece cuts a more masculine figure for some serious style.
Wear it all year round with a neutral colour.
Own the night with jeans or boss the office with a pair of stilettos, a white shirt and chinos.
Brace winter’s worst with a thin feather vest underneath.
Snap it closed with a belt to stylise your figure.
Pair it with high-waisted pants if you have a petite silhouette.
Add a touch of sophistication by simply turning your sleeves over your wrist.
Match your jacket with a straight-cut dress with a small purse for a total look to give Grace Kelly a run for every penny of her money.
Pair it with your favourite jeans and a basic or navy shirt for an air of youthful insouciance.
Wear a smock to disguise your hips if you feel more comfortable.
Harmonise your silhouette with a ribbed, fitted dress.
Layer up with a turtleneck and your choice of outerwear to keep the cold out.
Get your groove on with any look inspired from the ‘70s.
It’s as if a jacket, a coat and raincoat had a baby. In 1914, Thomas Burberry, designed a waterproof trench for soldiers. Double front buttons, crossed collar, and epaulettes on cuffs, shoulders and waist nod to its timeless military heritage.
Bring this classic up to date with silver accessories and asymmetric-hem jeans.
Unite comfort and style with jogging bottoms and a sweater for athleisure done right.
Build your look around the classic trench and add a few special details for something extra.