Table of Contents
- M&S Double Breasted Trench Coat
- COS Oversized Trench Coat
- Burberry The Kensington
- & Other Stories Relaxed Wool Blend Trench Coat
- Threadbare Curve Louisa Mac
- New Look Camel Double Breasted Trench Coat
- Whistles Izzey Trench Coat
- COLLUSION Oversized Belted Trench
- Officine Générale Amy Gabardine Trench Coat
- ASOS Design Hero Oversized Boyfriend Trench Coat
Dressed up or down, a trench coat will never look out of place (Picture: Metro.co.uk)
We’re now in that awkward in-between phase of the weather – one day it’s mild, the next there’s a cold bite in the wind.
Though you might like the idea of ditching coats entirely, the March and April sun – while looking deceptively bright through a window – can be chilly once outdoors.
So it’s a good time to opt for the trench coat: warm enough for those cooler days, but lightweight and easy to carry for when the sun’s rays actually poke through.
There’s a reason the trench style has endured for so long: it’s versatile, practical and will look appropriate in just about any setting.
It can be dressed down with jeans and white trainers or dressed up with smarter apparel, and it’ll also provide a little shielding from British spring showers.
Whether you like trench coats in a classic cut and beige tone, or prefer a modernised take with a boyfriend shape and bolder colour, here’s a selection to cater for different tastes.
M&S Double Breasted Trench Coat
Go for pale green for a subtle touch of colour (Picture: M&S)
Tried of beige? This pale green will see you through the springtime and being neutral, will be easy to style.
COS Oversized Trench Coat
Less structured styles are great for casual days (Picture: COS)
Though traditional with its beige tone, this larger shape gives a more relaxed feel to the trench coat.
Burberry The Kensington
It’s an investment piece (Picture: Net-A-Porter)
It wouldn’t be a trench round up without Burberry.
If you shy away from fairer colours, this deep midnight blue will still give you versatility. The checked lining will subtly show through too.
& Other Stories Relaxed Wool Blend Trench Coat
This thicker material will work all year round (Picture: & Other Stories)
For the people that are always cold no matter what the weather, this weightier option should do the trick.
Threadbare Curve Louisa Mac
Go full spring vibes with a lilac shade (Picture: ASOS)
Available in plus sizes, this shot of lilac will inject some fun into any spring wardrobe.
New Look Camel Double Breasted Trench Coat
An understated and classic trench shape (Picture: New Look)
This is about as simple and conventional trench coat styles get, making it a good option for trench newbies.
Whistles Izzey Trench Coat
Earthy tones go with anything (Picture: Whistles)
Khaki coats work with just about anything.
The tortoise shell effect belt buckle adds a touch of trendiness to this otherwise staple trench design.
COLLUSION Oversized Belted Trench
Warm browns work great for laid back looks (Picture: ASOS)
This warm brown toned trench coat comes in plus sizes and has a casual feel with the its vintage-looking brass buttons.
The colour will transition to autumnal weather nicely.
Officine Générale Amy Gabardine Trench Coat
Be office ready with this structured shape (Picture: Net-A-Porter)
With neat tailoring, this trench coat will look crisp and clean for a return to the office.
ASOS Design Hero Oversized Boyfriend Trench Coat
Wider shapes give you more room for thick materials underneath (Picture: ASOS)
Break from tradition with this stone coloured option.
It skips out on a belt to create a less feminine silhouette – perfect for any chunky knits worn underneath.
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