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Bomber jackets are back! And it's good news if you're after a comfy, warm coat this winter.
Often oversized, they appeared in several forms on the catwalk at Milan Fashion Week.
Prada showed them with floral embellishments, and Etro added patchwork elements to the classic style.
Here's how to update your wardrobe with a new-look bomber.
Quilted and bright, this Bershka jacket sums up the new style bomber.
It has a baseball collar, zip fastening, side pockets and an extra pocket on the sleeve.
This bomber-shaped jacket is actually made from a soft fleece.
It has a high collar, a reversible woven design, and side pockets.
It looks great layered over t-shirts or jumpers, and brings some colour to a dreary day.
With pink gingham on one side and retro striped black on the other, this oversized bomber puffer jacket will see you all the way through winter.
It's lined and filled, has a high neck and gold-toned hardware.
This soft knitted jacket can be worn indoors or outdoors.
It has a high collar, a zip fastening, drop shoulders and gives a cool, relaxed fit.
Perfect for a cool day where you want to stay comfy.
Go high-trend while still looking laid back with this uber-cool denim bomber.
It's made from a soft cotton denim, has a hood and drawstring, pockets and drop shoulders.
Made from rayon and nylon, this smart bomber jacket is great over a knit and pencil skirt.
It has a ribbed neckline, front pockets with detailing, long sleeves and a cuff zipper.
Cool and quilted, this black bomber has a round neck, chest patch pocket and a straight hem.
Cool, classic and smart.
Cute and versatile, this light denim jacket has a cropped hem, front pockets and an elasticated hem and cuffs.
It's wearable with almost anything.
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