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The Best Boy's Jackets for Autumn

Brighten up your week with these fun kids coats.

Posted: 10 October 2016
by Natalie Johnson


Brighten up Autumn with coats full of colour

It may be plain school uniform in the mornings, but these fab jackets will cheer up any evening. So for football practice, cinema, or just hanging with friends, these are the coolest kit for autumn. And, yes we agree, many a happy little lady would love these, too.

John Galliano Kids (above)

These padded coats with detachable hoods are part comfy duvet, part cyborg and part Daft Punk. We love them. They’ll love them too.



Fendi

All Over Monsters Puffa

The easy way to keep it colourful this season with a cartoon-style print. These little monsters are perfect for your little angels. And with a zip up front and grown-on hood, the elements will be banished, too.



Polo Ralph Lauren

A classic and timeless piece, Polo at Harrods. This jacket gives a nod to the classic rain mac, with the bold yellow top half, while a superbly practical navy means it's more likely to last the test of time. Great idea.



Armani Junior

Reversible, colourful and with clever zip detailing, we love this unusual jacket print. Perfect for older boys wanting to make a statement without feeling like they’re wearing a coat. All of them, then? Available from Harrods and other Armani retailers.



Stella McCartney Sticker Print Rain Jacket.

We seem to be in love with Stella Kids at the moment. We make no apology for it. This fantastic jacket comes with a super-cool print, thumb holes and is a cool kid’s dream. Rad - and all that jazz.



Olivier Baby & Kids - Cashmere Peacoat

Want something a little more traditional for those Sunday lunches? Cartoons not going to cut it with Granny? This vintage inspired cashmere peacoat from Junior Award Winners Olivier Baby & Kids will make her proud. In Indian Teal we feel like we’re channeling a little of the Prince George style. Other stylish colours are available. 



Party pieces for playtime

This cute velvet jacket is by Autograph by Marks & Spencer, who took Gold in this year’s Boy’s Best High Street Fashion Brand at the Junior Design Awards. We think it’s perfect for the party season and we’ll be picking one of these up before winter kicks in.

Team with chinos, or skinny jeans, brogues or high-tops, for a hint of smart with any outfit. Pure Cotton Long Sleeve Velvet Jacket.

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