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5 jackets you should have in your wardrobe for autumn

By Katie Wright

In the fashion world, they call it the transitional period -that early autumn phase when it's too cold to go completely coatless, but if you put on a parka, you'd end up sweltering in minutes. Jackets, therefore, are the order of the day, ready to layer over dresses or jumpers when it gets chilly. A good jacket will come in handy for spring too, and on holidays when you need a cover-up for evening, so invest wisely and you'll be thanking us for years to come. As for now? Here are autumn's top jacket trends and where to find them...

Coloured biker jackets

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Michelle Keegan Blush Premium Biker Jacket, currently reduced to £75 from £150, Very
 

It's safe to say a black biker jacket will never go out of style, but a coloured version will give your dark autumnal dresses a new lease of life.

Bright blazers

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Lucy Tailored Jacket, £80, Monsoon
 

Last year was all about grey check blazers, but this year we're loving block brights paired with cropped culottes and ankle boots for the office, or jeans and white trainers at the weekend.

Cord jackets

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Hannah Jacket, £159, Hobbs
 

If you're loving the AW18 Seventies trend, a cord jacket is a must, whether it's a casual cosy trucker or a sharp blazer.

Suede jackets

Create a fabulous texture and colour clash by teaming a suede jacket with slouchy knitwear and patent block-heeled boots.

Boucle jackets

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Textured Blazer with Frayed Trims, £69.99, Zara
 

There's really no need to shop at Chanel when the high street does the cropped boucle jacket so well. Make sure yours is boxy and buttonless for an authentic, could-be-designer look.

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