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Joules Floral Coats & Jackets for Women

Add some pizzazz to your wardrobe with Joules floral coats and jackets for women. Whether you're looking for a waterproof mac to keep the rain out, or a padded jacket to stay snug in the winter, they're comfortable, cheerful and fun to wear.

Joules is famous for its country-inspired clothing, and their floral jackets are a slice of the country with a quirky twist. They are the perfect way to add colour to any outfit.

For years Joules has been famous for lining their tweed jackets and tailored blazers with fancy colourful material, now their floral jackets go one step further. Instead of hiding those delightful linings on the inside, their playful flowery designs are on display for everyone to see.

Styling floral jackets and coats

Floral jackets and coats look lovely, but they need careful styling to prevent yourself being drowned in colour. When wearing a floral jacket or coat, keep the rest of your outfit simple. Choose jeans and a plain shirt or top, if possible in one or two of the colours featured in the pattern of your coat.

Opt for one-colour accessories in slightly more muted shades. Keep jewellery fairly plain too. Anything overly fancy will leave you looking a bit over the top.

If you're traipsing through the countryside, however, a pair of bright pink Joules wellies will look fabulous with a jacket patterned with flowers of the same pink colour.

Make sure the pattern of your jacket suits your build. Women with slight builds would be wise to choose florals with a small, delicate pattern. Taller women with larger builds look great in big bold designs.

About Joules

The Joules brand began life in 1977. Originally they sold riding wear at country shows and equestrian events. Joules opened its first store in Market Harborough, Leicestershire, in 2000.

The company prides itself on its colourful clothing with a British feel, and is well known for the quality of its products.

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