Autumn is here...time to wrap up!

Autumn is here...time to wrap up!
A winter wardrobe staple, the right winter jacket can transform any outfit. Oversized shapes are huge this season from wide leg trousers to knitwear and jackets. Proenza Schouler is a big fan of this trend along with Alexa Chung. However, this oversized look is far from the 'borrowed-from-the-boyfriend' type of thing. This season shapes are cleverly cut in a less masculine way, adding an air of femininity to a bold style. Proenza Schouler AW13 Proenza Schouler AW13[/caption] alexa-chung-coat Alexa Chung[/caption] Put away your summer neons because black is back and this season it's bigger than ever. Always a firm favourite for in between seasons, the classic black biker jacket will instantly transform your look form girly to grunge and from day to night. As seen at DKNY, the bomber jacket has been a huge hot this season. Our Andrea Black Quilted Biker Jacket will add an edgy look to any outfit. Wear with jeans and ankle boots for a casual look or style with heels and a dress for a night out. DKNY AW13 DKNY A/W13[/caption]


Layering is key this season so wear a cardigan or jumper underneath and throw a thick scarf, gloves and a hat over the top for perfect winter style. Perhaps one of this season's most popular trends was the 'sleeveless jacket', as seen at Victoria Beckham and Edun. This is definitely one to wear with a thick jumper underneath. Victoria Beckham Victoria Beckham A/W 13[/caption] Edun AW14 Edun A/W13/14[/caption]   Our Gayle Studded Denim Waistcoat is perfect for layering under a dress with a pair of chelsea boots.

fc67eae774a663e0644d2a117645b5fa(2)A failsafe winter wardrobe staple is of course, the parka jacket. This is probably the most versatile winter jacket as it can be worn in all weather types. Our Fianna Hooded Double Breasted Parka with wet look sleeves is bang on trend.


  Whatever jacket you choose this season, keep the look sophisticated with skinny jeans, ankle boots and a statement bag.   By Emer O'Toole @IKRUSH_Emer
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