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Brave Soul Women's Coats and Jackets

Brave Soul's Manchester inspired street wear is created by an international team. Designed in London, New York and Hong Kong, this is a truly global fashion brand.

Their collection offers catwalk style at great prices. With weekly additions to their women's collection, Brave Soul women's coats and jackets are always a step ahead in the style stakes.

This means that their choice of outerwear is staggering. From raincoats to bomber jackets, from parkas to biker jackets and from rainproof macs to faux fur bodywarmers, you really can find any style you want.

Quilted coats, bomber jackets and bodywarmers

Brave Soul's range of quilted coats, jackets and bodywarmers are a great way to stay warm. Look out for features like detachable faux fur lined hoods and belted designs that prevent the 'Michelin man' look.

Bomber jackets include longer mid-thigh length versions, as well as the traditional short jacket that finishes at the waist. Body warmers also come in a range of lengths, including styles that reach down to the knees.

Parkas, trench coats and macs

Brave Soul women's cotton parkas have faux fur trimmed hoods and come in khaki, black or camouflage colours. As well as oversized pockets, look out for drawstrings at the waist or at the bottom of the jacket.

Need a smarter look? Classic trench coats come in black or beige and a wide range of styles. With or without belts and in buttonless, single breasted or double breasted cuts. If you want to add some colour to your wardrobe, choose a patterned or floral Brave Soul mac and stay dry in style.

Faux fur and leather

From sleeveless gilets to longer-length coats, Brave Soul's faux fur outerwear is luxe on a budget. Throw one over a strappy dress for a night out and you'll feel like a million dollars.

For a rougher, tougher look pair a black leather biker jacket with jeans and heavy boots. If you're feeling less rebellious, opt for a sheepskin style Sherpa lined jacket instead.

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