Trench coats to add to your spring wardrobe

Spring is round the corner and that means it’s time to pack away your beloved puffer and embrace new season outerwear options. The timeless trench coat is with out a doubt a wardrobe staple and if you don’t have one already, it is certainly time to invest. If you already have a one of these spring must-have silhouettes, consider one of these reinvented updates to guide you into the new season.

From water-repellant to luxe leather and everything in between, there is a trench for everyone this season.

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Oversized trench coat, £150, Cos

This beautiful Cos trench coat could easily pass for a high end designer number. In true Cos style the silhouette is clean and crisp, making this perfect for all occasions. We love the fuller, pleated back detailing too, so chic.

Leather trench Mac, was £599 now £449.25, Karen Millen

This style has become quite a signature for Karen Millen and their leather trench coats have continued to go down a storm with shoppers. They’ve even done leather coats in plus sizes.

Camel stripe back trench coat, £189, Mint Velvet

Mint Velvet is the home of timeless style and this easy, throw-on trench coat in classic camel is sure to become a piece you gravitate to year after year.

Verna Trench Coat, £159, Hush

While camel maybe a wardrobe staple we’ve seen increasingly seen minty hues popping up across the high street. A great spring twist, this coat will work well into warmer months with lashings of white and cream.

Imitation suede trench coat, £39.99, H&M

If you’ve already invested in a the timeless beige trench, then this faux suede camel coat is a cute update that won’t break the bank. A sleek style, this will pair well with navy and black hues too.

Helene Berman Snake Trench, was £99.25 now £84.50, Simply Be

This trend works across all sizes and the tailored fit and waist cinching belt is great for those who often feel drowned by coat fabric. We are loving this on-trend animal print interpretation, available up to a size 26.

Water-repellent oversize trench coat, £79.99, Zara

Trust Zara to always find a way to reinvent a classic. Adding sportier touches to this universally adored silhouette is simply what they do best.

Saskia water resistant trench coat, £199, Hobbs

There is something so special about a cherry red coat and the Hobbs trench is an absolute winner. The brand bring them out year after year in a selection of colourways and the fit and cut is just perfect. They’re also water-resistant and are brilliant in an April shower.

Oversize water-repellent trench coat, £89.99, Mango

The oversize silhouette still remains strong into 2021, which works well with our new love of more relaxed and comfier styles.

Sabotage barrel metallic textured-leather trench coat, was £3,350 now £1,005, Zimmermann at The Outnet

Of course we often perceive the trench coat to be all about getting back to business and while this stylish piece of outerwear does make for the perfect office coat, don’t neglect it’s credentials as a piece of evening wear too. If you’re after a coat that can work year round as a dressier option (for when we can enjoy going out out again), then do not dismiss this incredible metallic, leather interpretation. It’s certainly ready to party the night away.

Vino belted satin-crepe coat, £559, Sandro at Selfridges

How beautiful is this coat! The classic trench gets a fashion makeover with intricate please detailing and perfectly tailored bodice to really make a new season statement. We love it.

Happy Shopping x

Feature image: Karen Millen

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