Our pick of the most stylish, cosy jackets for winter
Bottle green makes a great alternative shade to the ubiquitous black and grey this winter and this Asos jacket will keep you looking stylish with its double-breasted cut and funnel neck.
Stay stylish in the country with this fitted cream Barbour jacket. Warm, but with a flattering, belted shape, this biker jacket will look great with jeans and boots – on the farm or shopping in town!
Winter brights are essential to keep us upbeat during the grey winter months and you can add a flash of colour to your ensemble thanks to this bright pink jacket from Betty Jackson for Debenhams.
This versatile military-style Boden jacket will see you through every occasion – from smart drinks at a friend’s, to a pub lunch at the weekend.
Purple is undoubtedly the colour of the season and we’ve already spotted the shade at an array of events – from weddings to wintery weekend walks. Embrace this beautiful jewel tone with Evans’ military style jacket.
Leopard print instantly adds a glamorous edge to your outfit and this long-length Dorothy Perkins jacket will do just that. Be sure to keep the rest of your look simple and sophisticated – think smart black trousers and minimal jewellery.
The duffle coat has shrunk, making it far more wearable for women on the move. We love this Gery Weber cropped version which keeps the toggle and hood duffle coat staples, but injects a stylish look to a British fashion institution.
Military jacket cuts are here to stay, so if you don’t want the bother of a bulky winter coat and want to show off your shape at the same time, invest in this luxe navy French Connection jacket.
This simple cut, Jackie-O style collarless jacket will look great teamed with a fitted pencil skirt and classic court heels.
Chic, sophisticated and beautifully tailored with its belted waist and bell-shaped sleeves, this Great Plains jacket is a steal this season and will last for years to come.
If you want to tip the style scales in your favour, then look to By Malene Birger – a firm w&h favourite – and this beautiful camel-coloured kimono jacket. Belted at the waist, this cover-up will enhance your silhouette, while the billowing sleeves will balance out your shape. Wear with a cosy long-sleeved poloneck to keep out the draft!
Don’t reserve faux fur for eveningwear this season, bring a little luxe into your daytime wardrobe with this short swing jacket – great with leggings and a jumper or with slim-fit black jeans and a winter wooly.
Red shades put a smile on everyone’s face during winter, so stay cheery in this pretty feminine frill detail jacket – it’s the perfect shade against classic blue denim.
Don’t want to delayer when you get to your next drinks party? Then invest in Reiss’ gorgeous cream feather jacket. Layer over a skinny black knit or sweater dress and you’ll be toasty warm this winter.
Outerwear is the only way to show off your love of style during the winter months (as we never peel off the layers) so notch it up a gear with this fabulous NW3 raspberry cape, featuring cunning arm holes and eye-catching brass buttons.
Faux fur will keep you cosy and warm this winter as well as adding a luxe look to your daytime style. At £50, Next’s faux fur number will do all the above and it won’t break the bank.
Raspberry shades have got our vote this season as the ultimate antidote to a dark, dreary winter. Warehouse’s blazer-style jacket fits the bill perfectly in its feminine shade and simple double-breasted cut.
While it might be more pricey than the average winter cover-up, this Toast wrap jacket will up your game in the country style stakes! Team with flat leather riding boots and a cosy beanie hat.
The double-breasted pea coat should really be a style staple in all our wardrobes. In a versatile and smart navy shade, team with jeans or skirts alike for a chic alternative to the long overcoat. It will become your winter go-to from season to season – we guarantee.
Proof that faux fur coats don’t have to swamp your shape, Marks & Spencer’s Ripple jacket comes with a thick suede belt to nip in your waist.