The Prettiest Trench Coats for Spring
- March 1, 2021
Spring is just around the corner and there’s no better way to prepare for it than getting my hands on a gorgeous new trench coat! Whether you need a new one or just want to get your hands on the latest trends for them, here are some ones that our shopping partners are offering that we fell in love with.
We love the light pink color of this trench coat! It’s such a great color for spring and has a drapey style fabric. The removable belt is perfect for defining your waist. It has two front pockets, a front button closure, and shoulder epaulets.
We love the gorgeous sage color of this trench. This trench sports a lovely sheen and doesn’t skip a style point in an elevated, aptly detailed version of the staple topper. It features notched lapels, long sleeves with roll-tab cuffs, double-breasted button closure, and front button-flap pockets.
If you are okay with splurging, this gorgeous black-and-white coat of many plaids makes a striking impression in an impeccably tailored double-breasted cut with notched lapels and a belt-cinched waist. It features a double-breasted button closure, notched lapels, a removable tie belt, and on-seam pockets.
This trench coat is such a classic staple to have! It features a pointed collar, double-breasted button front, and a removable tie-front.
We love this edgy look! This suede trim leather blazer is made with genuine leather and is collarless with a front button closure. It has two front pockets and comes down to your thigh.
We love the sheen on this trench! It’s so chic! It features a layered notch collar, long sleeves with button tabs, shoulder epaulet tabs, and allover plaid.
Make heads turn with this leopard-print trench! This trench coat is a fierce step up from the classic beige trench coats and allows you to show off your personality! It’s coated with a water resistant spray so you’ll stay dry as well!
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