Leather biker jackets, faux fur cover-ups and smart tailored styles worthy of any workplace - yep, this is the ultimate winter jacket round-up. This way to all the best styles to shop right now...
Not yet coat weather but with a slight chill in the air, snapping up a cool cover-up is the best way to take on the unpredictable, end of summer weather.
From khaki cotton to faux fur cropped jackets, leather bikers in new-season shades of green and cream, to boxy workwear styles in bold brights – there are plenty of options to choose from, whatever your budget.
Click through to see our edit of the best…
Parka jackets are still big news for winter. Revitalise your off-duty wardrobe with a fresh and modern take and opt for this uber-cool version from Topshop…
Add a fashion edge to your look and opt for a silk bomber. This black style from Whistles is all kinds of cool.
Khaki looks set to be big for AW14, and the best way to wear it? A chic jacket, of course. Team with some distressed denim and an oversized cream knit.
Take your cue from the AW14 catwalks and style a cropped pilot jacket with a roll neck jumper, mini skirt and knee high-boots.
If you buy one thing this season, let it be a fuzzy jacket. Team this blush style with some super-skinny jeans and a grey marl knit.
Denim jackets are always a staple part of our summer wardrobes, and this Band Of Outsiders style has given this old classic a new-season spin with a cosy shearling collar.
Go all out and tap into AW14’s love of faux fur and snap up this chic style from DKNY.
The perfect balance of casual and cool – this grey wool style is ideal during the transitional weather, and will prove just as handy when the chill arrives. Just throw over a trench coat for extra warmth.
MIH Jeans have expanded their horizons and now offer a covetable collection of clothing, too. And we couldn’t be happier. Team this cotton parka with some ankle-grazing blue jeans, some trophy trainers and a bold lip for the ultimate off-duty look.
The perfect style to go for during the unpredictable weather, this grey cropped jacket will no doubt keep you warm, and won’t compromise on style either.
Print is always a winning choice. Wear now with casualwear, and when the coller weather comes, wear under your winter coat for extra cool points.
You can never go far wrong with black, and this boucle style jacket from Whistkes will transform your office look in seconds.
Somewhere between a cape and an anorak – we’re thinking this camel Acne jacket will keep you plenty warm, and plenty stylish, too.
Smart cropped jackets like this will go a long way in your wardrobe. We love the epaulette detailing and think this should be teamed with some black culottes and heels.
The 60s is a huge trend this season, making the retro duffle coat a must-buy. Wear yours with a mini dress and patent boots for effortless style all season long…
The jacket style of AW14, this deep pink version is a fun option. And for under £40, you can’t go too far wrong.
This mac has totally won us over. We never thought a rain jacket could look so cool.
With the weather as unpredictable as ever, it’s wise to invest in a parka like this. We love the sublte animal print design and the textured fabric make this style feel super-luxe.
Proving that cover-ups needn’t be boring, Stella Jean’s striped shearling-lined jacket is perfect for teaming with everything from jeans to flared skirts.
Monochrome, faux fur and a total bargain – snap it up now.
A longline jacket is an essential any season. Give this geometric style a spin for winter by teaming with a monochrome knit for a graphic twist…
Channel the sixties trend and snap up this cool blue jacket from Zara. Team with a navy A-line skirt and some pointed flats for maximum retro results.
Luxe leather jackets are a always a hit in our wardrobes, and this buttery-soft, green biker style from Reiss is a great twist on this style classic.
Inject a shot of colour into your AW14 wardrobe and go for this bright blue, double breasted jacket from Toast.
Duster jackets not only look chic, but their floaty fabric make them ideal for layering, too.
Leather jackets don’t always need to be dark and moody, this cream faux style from Zara is a great alterative to black, and we think would look amazing teamed with a breton and jeans.
Capes are still a cool option if you don’t fancy taking the plunge and going straight for a winter coat, and we think this wool jacket is a great weekend cover-up.
Polka dots are always a fail-safe choice for a chic, off-duty look, and this monochrome jacket is the coolest way to wear it.
Fringing is set to be huge for the new-season, so much so, we reckon this Mossy style suede jacket should be top of your list.
Make like Alexa Chung and opt for a khaki jacket to keep you warm until the temperature really starts to drop. This one from Topshop is a great choice.
Although technically a waistcoat, we think cosy styles like this can easily work as a jacket when paired with a long sleeve knit and jeans.
This white retro style jacket is a great way to add instant cool points to the simplest of weekend outfits.
Update your workwear and go for this boxy jacket from French Connection. Team with a white shirt and some navy ankle grazing trousers to complete your look.
A longline sleeveless blazer will smarten up your look in seconds, and we think this is worth a look when considering your winter jacket. Layer up with a chic grey knit for winning results.
Right at the top of our budget, and our must-have buy of the season has to be this khaki cotton cape from Saint Laurent. Wear with everything.
If you’re looking for a rain mac you will never loose – this is the one for you. Wear with a striped top and super-skinnies for a cool, off-duty weekend look.
Pick up on the coolest colour for the new-season – khaki – and go for this military inspired jacket from Zara. Team with some black ankle-grazing trousers, a grey knit and some killer heels and you’re good to go.
A belted jacket is ideal if you’re after a style to define the waist. Wear this over workwear for a super-smart look in seconds.
If you’re looking for something light and casual, opt for a jersey jacket. This checked one is our favourite.
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A printed biker in a cool pastel hue? Yep, this will be your weekend hero piece.