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15 Stylish Puffer Jackets That Will Keep You Warm & Cosy

Perhaps the comfiest invention known to man, the puffer jacket reigns over all other outerwear once winter arrives. Whether you opt for a cropped iteration to wear with trainers and athleisure or a long, trailing duster paired with jeans and hiking boots, the puffer is the ultimate clothing chameleon. 

The colour spectrum is also something to behold, with puffer jackets available in just about every hue. From the neon brights of Nike and North Face to the all-black stylings of Balenciaga and Acne Studios, the puffer jacket remains unchallenged in the fashion space. In 2020, Moncler x JW Anderson breathed new life into the style with a collection of primary-coloured coats in a spotted satin finish. 

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Similarly, Prada turned heads with its selection of padded blazers on the pre-fall catwalks, while Louis Vuitton kept things classic with a series of quilted jackets. Heading into 2021, the style looks like it will continue its domination, with a variety of styles hitting the shops just in time for the New Year. From longline coats to dark jackets, check out all the best puffers on the market right now...

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Doubles As A Duvet

If you love being enveloped in a blanket scarf, you need to try the extreme comfort of a longline puffer coat. Like walking around in a snuggly sleeping bag, these cosy creations were made for the coldest of days – and they just so happen to look super chic, too.
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Warm Neutrals

In recent years, the popularity of North Face's rainbow Nuptse puffer jackets has made bright colours cool. However, this year, we're toning things down with an all-neutrals palette. From terracotta to eggshell, we've got our eyes fixed on warm colours this winter.
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Practical Palette

As much as we try to stay away, black is the ultimate winter wardrobe colour. It goes with just about everything and if you spill your mulled wine down your front on a socially distanced walk, no one will be the wiser. Paired with small sunglasses, a baguette bag and a pair of stomper boots, a black or dark puffer can't be beaten.
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