HOW TO WEAR A TRENCH COAT WITH JACK WILLS

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As we transition from Spring into Summer there’s probably one piece everyone should have in their wardrobe and that’s the trench coat. For those of you living in the UK I think you’ll agree that the weather can be pretty unpredictable to say the least. One minute it’s raining, next the sun is shining bright. It’s really difficult to know what to wear. That’s why the trench is a bit of a wardrobe staple. Not only will this coat protect us from the elements, but it’s a total investment too. This timeless classic has really stood the test of time and never seems to go out of style.

There’s no doubt about it, the trench is effortlessly chic. The question is, how can it be worn?….

JACK WILLS TRENCH COAT DUNCOMBE

Button up

A trench is always going to look classy no matter how you wear it, but if you mean business then be sure to button up. Place the belt around your waist and you’ll be ready to hit the ground running. Invest a piece such as the Duncombe Trench Coat and you’ll definitely be dressed for success!

JACK WILLS TRENCH COAT HATHERSHAW CROPPED

Keep it casual

If you’re not in the office and out having fun, then maybe a casual look is the one for you? This fashion must-have always looks super stylish when it’s simply left undone. Check out the Hathershaw Cropped Trench Coat which is available in khaki and navy blue.

JACK WILLS TRENCH COAT DOLLYHILL SWING

Go short

The trench coat is so versatile you can wear it with almost anything, but one look I love in particular is when it’s teamed up with a playsuit or shorts. This Dollyhill Swing Trench Coat is the perfect piece to help you create those up and coming summer vibes.

What do you think of trench coats?

Have you got any ideas on how they could be worn?

Click here for more tips on how to style a trench coat by Jack Wills.

You can also check out my favourite women’s trench coat here.

Carly x

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