Women’s Jackets

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Keep warm in colder months with our selection of jackets. Shop now at Harrods.com

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Women’s Jackets

  1. 1. Women’s Jackets
  2. 2. The patchwork construction of this black jacket from Paul Smith gives it an elegantly undone aesthetic. Satin panels slice in at the front while inverted seams lend interest at the back. Finished with iridescent buttons at the cuffs, it makes for a truly luxe layer. Wear yours with a tailored top for a polished look. Patchwork Effect An effortlessly stylish shell top from Paul Smith’s AW13 collection. Worked in a rich cobalt blue, it features a watercolour printed hem for a touch of feminine interest. Emulate the catwalk by pairing it with androgynous tailoring for a super- sharp look.
  3. 3. Lady Like Instantly elevate your SS13 wardrobe with this beautiful tweed jacket from St. John. Knitted in a lightweight wool-blend, it boasts a lovely mix of Tuscan Yellow and Bright White shades. Perfect for work-to-weekend dressing, it will look great paired with sheath dresses and slim leg trousers. This fit and flare dress from St. John has been crafted in the brand’s signature Milano knit. Rich to the touch, it will fall beautifully, cinching at the waist before softly flaring at the skirt. Styled in a punchy Tuscan Yellow hue, it will see you perfectly through the Summer season.
  4. 4. Sleek Sleek. Warm. Durable. This is truly a jacket that marries practicality with chic. It is instantly recognisable as the motorcycle style for which Barbour is renowned plus the belt gives you a sleek silhouette, so there’s no feeling like the Michelin man. The super warm fleece front lining means that even in a blustery gale you’ll remain as toasty as can be. Rev up your winter style! Pair your warm jacket with Salvatore Ferragamo ballet flats. Featuring a darling leather bow highlighted by logo-engraved gold- tone hardware, you’ll turn to these flats time and time again.
  5. 5. Elegantly tailored in a luxurious wool-cotton blend, Belstaff’s Astley jacket is a sophisticated cover-up. It boasts a short silhouette with an oversized collar, nipped waist and extended cuffs. Offering a sharply structured look, it will pair perfectly with a crisp shirt. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s label The Row is named after London’s historic Savile Row, and the Jaggy shirt shows why. Expertly cut, it boasts contrasting textures; solid through the body with a waffle knit collar, sides and cuffs and sheer gauze at the sleeves and staggered hem. Tailored Look
  6. 6. Leather Look With its eye-catching zipper detailing and super-soft nappa leather, this Pinko ink-black peplum jacket is the easiest way to work some luxuriously soft leather into your look. The inner sleeves and back panels are the deepest ink-black cotton stretch while the front and collar are butter soft leather. Pair with a pencil skirt or super luxe leggings. This KG Kurt Geiger leather sandal with a contrasting croc effect block heel is an elegant update for evening. The minimalist ankle strap and across-the-foot-strap makes it perfect for pairing with sleek oversized tailoring and pencil skirts alike.
  7. 7. Florals The bomber jacket reigns supreme for AW13. Get the look with Eleanor from Stella McCartney. A great alternative to the blazer, this bomber is rendered in a luxe floral feather print jacquard. Sure to make a statement, it can be paired with loafers for an instant fashionable look. Stella McCartney’s mod-inspired loafers are expertly crafted in Italy using faux leather. Unmistakeably chic with a contrast white band and back strap against a high shine black upper. Team yours with an androgynous AW13 look for boyish charm.
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