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6 Trenches For The Spring Summer Transition


by IMAGE
28th Apr 2015

Grey looks good on everyone in our opinion, and you can’t beat Swedish brand Monki on bang for your buck. This trench has a bit of a duster to it, so you’ll be straddling two trends with ease.

If clean lines are your calling card, get thyself to Cos and pick up this simple coat.

We love this oversized effort from new London label Finery. It’s very decoding-messages-from-the-enemy. Pair it with a simple dress for a cinematic look.

If utter eighties luxe is what you’re after, this trench from Whistles has the working woman in a brave new world of Xerox and the impending Gulf War all over it. The fabric is soft, and the effect os relaxed glamour.

This traditional mac has masculine tints to the shoulders, making it timeless and a brilliant investment buy. Also, those orange cuffs jaunt it up a few dials.

This River Island trench is perfect if you’re not a fan of the blank canvas on top and want to play up some black leggings and plain denim.

1. Monki / 2.?Cos / 3.?Finery /?4.?Whistles / 5.?All Saints /?6.?River Island