For 2017 spring, designers showed collections based on layers and the play of lengths, opting for oversized loose trenches in those super thin fabrics that resemble chiffon. This one is a bit different from the classic camel Burberry trench coat we’ve used to see on street styles and runways. Rather than going for that ” Parisian girl” inspired look with jeans, white shirt and a neck scarf, I chose one of the seasons trend colors, pastels. A rose powder pastel turtleneck which matched perfectly with the burgundy undertones.
The Trench Coat pulls together any style, mixes into any look and goes with any outfit. Take ballet pumps – a classic nude or even black knee length trench coat will have you looking like Audrey Hepburn, or those French chic girls in post cards. I’ve always thought of this look as the ultimate sexy and polished style.
– Length wise, they say the best hem is the one around the knees, because the shorter one tends to shorten you. Double breasted styles tend to widen, patterns or crazy textures to create more volume. What do you think? Longer or shorter?
Valentino Trench and Zara loafers
Parfois Bag and Asos Sunglasses
Credits: The Saab