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A Designer Post: Betty Jackson


Betty Jackson

“I absolutely LOVE autumn. It’s my favourite season. I love the colours, the fabrics, the textures, the idea of wrapping and layering new silhouettes, new shapes and new proportions.

This autumn is particularly inspiring because of the soft pastels that are dominating the colour spectrum; blush, soft pinks and skin tones are all warm and cosy. Offset these with sharp black and white, throw in a few grey tones to give structure and off you go.  The look is simple, minimal and totally un-fussy.

I love designing coats and this season there are lots to choose from in the new season’s exciting fabrics. The boucle bubble coat, the oversized wrapped coat and the longer length shaded grey to black blazer are all amongst my favourites and then, a little later when the weather gets colder, wrap yourself up in the fabulous blush pink overcoat to be fashionable, stylish, warm and comfortable all-in-one go.

Knitwear is a strong message for autumn, with the new knitted coat taking an important role. Somewhere between a cardigan and a coat, this is the perfect lightweight solution to begin the new season; get yourself a new soft, casual, sexy look without breaking your bank balance. Our jacquard knits with pattern and texture are great for this and slip easily over a printed tunic or a more classic trouser and shirt combo.

Later on in the season, follow up with an easy casual sweater in the new boucle yarns or make a bold statement with our graphic check knitted jumper in black and white.

The new longer length is also an important message for Autumn and how better to embrace this than invest in a pair of our culottes. Looks like a skirt but as practical as pants and worn slightly over the knee. Simple and stylish, they look brilliant worn with the new mannish brogues (flat of course) or a pair of our sexy ankle boots.”

Editor’s Hot List

Betty Jackson’s outstanding new autumn winter range for Betty Jackson.Black is here. Her pieces reflect her signature elegant look and will instantly make you look fabulous and chic.

Jackson is known for classic style and this season she has created a collection that is easy to wear, gives a nod to the trends and is simple to style. We’ve handpicked a few of our favourite pieces from her new collection that we think look ultra chic, on anyone and everyone.

With winter drawing in, Betty has designed some fabulous coats to keep you warm this season along with party dresses, handbags and shoes galore. Changing footwear is essential for the colder months of the year, so put those sandals away and pick up a pair of Betty Jackson’s fabulous black ankle chelsea boots.


Selecting our statement seasonal coat is one of our favourite things about winter. This cream boucle coat with textured wool offers a snug feel as well as style, while the black knitted cardigan is a staple items for layering over dresses and sleek separates.

We don’t know about you, but we love to fight the grey skies with burst of colour in our AW wardrobe, so we definitely have our eye on this yellow tote. If you prefer something more classic, you’ll be happy to know it also comes in black.

An outfit isn’t complete without jewellery, so whether you fancy a small and simple pendant or an oversized statement piece, Betty Jackson.Black has it all. This fabulous chunky silver and white necklace will make your outfit look high fashion and glamorous to go.

If, like us, you’re a fan of Betty Jackson’s classic chic, shop the new season range online – part of the unrivalled collection of Designers at Debenhams.

But, before you do…

Why not learn more about the collection and the inspiration behind it from the designer herself? We popped along to the Betty Jackson’s studio to talk all things fashion for the autumn/winter season…

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