This season’s sell-out statement coat is coming back in stock

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  • A good winter coat is a rare commodity these days, and when you find one, you have to pounce on it, because everyone else clearly does.

    John Lewis & Partners recently launched a chic and colourful double faced collar coat, and after being spotted on influencers like Rosie Londoner, Erica Davies, Alexis Foreman & Megan Taylor, naturally it sold out.

    However, the good news is that it’s being re-stocked in October, so people can click the “email me when available” option and they will be the first to know when they are back in stock.

    Shop now: John Lewis & Partners Double Faced Collar Coat for £199 from John Lewis & Partners

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    {THIS IS AN ADVERT} I get the hubba hubba feelings a lot when it comes to clothes. The heart racing, the clammy palms, the unwavering dedication to tracking down sizes online. But the love was STRONG when John Lewis & Partners asked me to work with them to showcase my favourite pieces in their new womenswear collection. It’s a considered, chic range made up of block colours in a variety of lovely fabrics – from crepe (these culottes) to cashmere and silk. There’s no pattern – but LOADS of colour. Everything’s designed to mix and match, meaning you can go head to toe by mixing up your palette, or stick to muted tones with a colour pop in your accessories. It’s a very clever collection. PS This coat is available in some stores, but coming back online in all sizes at the beginning of October #AD #Johnlewisandpartners #JLFashion @johnlewisandpartners

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    The coat comes in three colours: a classic camel, or if you’re feeling a little more daring, a sky blue and raspberry pink too.

    Whilst the camel will obviously go with everything, I’d suggest investing in the more colourful pieces, that are a bit more on-trend for right now.

    As to who to style them, try and keep it tonal. The head-to-toe same shade is very big right now, as is colour-blocking.

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