Not Your Classic Trench Coat

Apr 17, 2017
Miroslava Duma wearing a Valentino trench coat
The trench coat has come a long way since its first days as an official raincoat for First World War Army officers. While this classic beige gabardine coat remains a wardrobe staple, it's with great ingenuity that fashion designers have been revisiting this iconic piece of clothing for the past few seasons. Either with pastel shades, floral embroideries or appliqués, a fun print, a looser or even an edgier shape, these new trench coats are both refreshingly feminine and modern. Here are some of my current favourites:

Soïa & Kyo Arabella trench, $350

Dynamite indoor maxi trench, $69.95

And last but not least, how perfectly tailored is this chic one? 
Roberto Cavalli leopard-print trench coat, $1980US?

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5 comments on "Not Your Classic Trench Coat"
  1. This seems to be one way to stay in style and stay within your budget. Thanks for this amazing share. I guess I will get one of these for my wife.

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  3. Summer months bring significantly less requirement for a coat. More often than not, a light cardigan will do. Be that as it may, a late spring coat is helpful to have around, particularly around evening time when it gets somewhat nippy. bane leather coat

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  5. For the summer, try a nice linen coat for work. For casual days, linen is a good material still. Otherwise, try a cotton jacket which will provide a little more warmth. Overall, in the summer, enjoy your time off from your coats. Leslie Jean Designs


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