Trench Coat Styling

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Looking for an ideal transitional cover-up? Look no further, because a trench coat is exactly what you need. It’s classic timeless look will work well with all of the wardrobe basics: crisp white boyfriend shirt, breton stripe top, cream blouse, grey v-neck jumper, plain t-shirt, jeans, pencil midi and tailored trousers, making you look effortlessly stylish in no time. But if you wish to step up your styling game and reflect some of the latest trends and key season’s pieces in your look, here is our guide how to:

Street Couture

Street Couture – the latest fashion movement that works hi-lo pieces into street looks: think sports inspired garments like hoodies, track pants and tops mixed with high octane couture style shoes, jewellery and bags.
The hot new favourite – hoodie teamed with sharply tailored suits or with this week’s pick – trench coat and leather pants, accessorised with embellished satin pumps and crystal spangled earrings is all the rage right now.
Unusual Shapes
Trenches come in various shapes and sizes nowadays; and if your choice isn’t the original design but something re-imagined than check out dress inspired styles with cropped sleeves and added volume. Pair your pick with a dress choice of the month – a tea dress and ground the look with contrasting heavily embellished punk boots with wool knit socks.
Work Ready

All those fashion notions not your cup of tea? And all you need is a cover-up for work? Well, trench is again here to be your trusted coat. British style inspired, add a headgear to your ensemble: baker boy, newsboy or ivy cap in heritage fabrics will be a simple yet stylish solution. A plain warm turtleneck jumper and tailored trousers in subtle checked pattern are a combination made in work wear heaven. Pro-tip: Checks are going to be big this season, it’s a traditional autumnal pattern.

Trench for Winter

Love the shape of the trench coat so much you are not ready to give it up when the temperatures start to drop closer to freezing? Now you can have your trench coats in cashmere, wool and shearling and wear it through the winter! Keeping in mind some of the top trends: a statement knit and metallics for example, will help you stay in vogue even when it’s snowing.

by Olga Permyakova

Cover Photo: Courtesy of Versace (Versace FW16)

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