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Jack Wills Women's Coats and Jackets

Jack Wills women's coats and jackets give your seasonal wardrobe a style makeover. Invest in quality styles for layered dressing that keeps you warm and dry all year round.

Different styles of Jack Wills women's coats and jackets

A versatile sleeveless gilet from Jack Wills is a lightly padded jacket that can be worn over or under anything. The slightly thicker bodywarmer is padded and filled with down for extra warmth.

Waterproof Jack Wills trench coats are available in both full length and shorter styles. These stylish, functional and practical double-breasted coats typically feature a pointed collar, belted waist and belted cuffs.

Traditionally made from waterproof or water resistant fabric, Jack Wills women's macs or raincoats can be long or short in style. Wear on their own or layer over a gilet or blazer for added warmth in the cold winter months.

The long length parka typically has a fur trimmed hood and features front zip fastening and pockets.

An elegant Jack Wills women's blazer can be worn on its own, or with a raincoat for extra protection and warmth. The tailored jacket has a semi-fitted shape, narrow lapels and two flap pockets. Cut short on the hip, or slightly longer, the blazer adds a touch of class to your outdoor garment collection. Choose from tweed or wool styles.

The differences between tweed and wool

Jack Wills women's coats and jackets are primarily made from either tweed or wool, each of which have their benefits:

Pure wool is a classic suit fabric. Breathable wool keeps you warm in the winter and cool, on hot days.

Tweed is traditionally considered to be a casual fabric. This is because it was once thought of as fabric that was used to make a 'country' suit, whereas wool was reserved for the 'city'.

High quality 100% wool provides an excellent drape, with few creases. Heavy textured tweed hardly ever wrinkles.

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