PSA: Autumn's Cosiest Trending Jacket is Finally Back in Stock

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Yes, we are aware of the fact that it's only September, but as it's our job to keep on the cutting edge of all things trend-related, we wanted to tell you about the jacket that has already taken over Instagram this season. Bravo, Frankie Shop. You've only gone and created another cult winter buy in the form of your quilted Ripstock jacket. Naturally the style sold out in record speed, but we are happy to report that it's finally back in two chic new colourways.

Inspired by traditional army surplus liner jackets and now coming in stylish shades of black and white, this outwear gem is essentially a streamlined version of your trusty winter puffer. With a collarless neckline and oversized fit, it might be lightweight, but it lends itself perfectly to layering, whether it's over a collared shirt or a cosier cashmere roll-neck. It's also light enough to be worn now while the temperatures hover around 20ºC—just take your styling cues from Anna Borisovna, and wear it with tailored shorts and slider sandals.

So if you missed out on the khaki original, scroll down to see the new monochrome iterations. Plus, shop other similar styles (including some affordable vintage doppelgängers).

Shop the Jacket

The Frankie Shop Quilted Padded Ripstop Jacket (£245)

The Frankie Shop Quilted Padded Ripstop Jacket (£245)

Shop Other Quilted Jackets

Ted Baker Leeonie Padded Jacket, Olive (£235)

Vintage Black Liner Jacket Quilted Jacket (£97)

Arket Quilted Jacket (£89)

Vintage Army Green Liner Jacket (£89)

COS Reversible Quilted Jacket (£0)

& Other Stories Quilted Jacket (£95)

Max Mara Weekend Erio Quilted Jacket (£245)

& Other Stories Oversized Quilted Bomber Jacket (£120)

Hollister Diamond Quilted Puffer Jacket (£65)

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