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10 Stylish Trench Coats for Spring 2021

We’re now in that awkward in-between phase of the weather – one day it’s mild, the next there’s a cold bite in the wind.

Though you might like the idea of ditching coats entirely, the March and April sun – while looking deceptively bright through a window – can be chilly once outdoors.

So it’s a good time to opt for the trench coat: warm enough for those cooler days, but lightweight and easy to carry for when the sun’s rays actually poke through.

There’s a reason the trench style has endured for so long: it’s versatile, practical and will look appropriate in just about any setting.

It can be dressed down with jeans and white trainers or dressed up with smarter apparel, and it’ll also provide a little shielding from British spring showers.

Whether you like trench coats in a classic cut and beige tone, or prefer a modernised take with a boyfriend shape and bolder colour, here’s a selection to cater for different tastes.

M&S Double Breasted Trench Coat

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Go for pale green for a subtle touch of colour (Picture: M&S)

Get it for £55 from M&S.

Tried of beige? This pale green will see you through the springtime and being neutral, will be easy to style.

COS Oversized Trench Coat

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Less structured styles are great for casual days (Picture: COS)

Get it for £150 from COS.

Though traditional with its beige tone, this larger shape gives a more relaxed feel to the trench coat.

Burberry The Kensington

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It’s an investment piece (Picture: Net-A-Porter)

Get it for £1,450 from Net-A-Porter.

It wouldn’t be a trench round up without Burberry.

If you shy away from fairer colours, this deep midnight blue will still give you versatility. The checked lining will subtly show through too.

& Other Stories Relaxed Wool Blend Trench Coat

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This thicker material will work all year round (Picture: & Other Stories)

Get it for £175 from & Other Stories.

For the people that are always cold no matter what the weather, this weightier option should do the trick.

Threadbare Curve Louisa Mac

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Go full spring vibes with a lilac shade (Picture: ASOS)

Get it for £45 from ASOS.

Available in plus sizes, this shot of lilac will inject some fun into any spring wardrobe.

New Look Camel Double Breasted Trench Coat

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An understated and classic trench shape (Picture: New Look)

Get it for £35.99 from New Look.

This is about as simple and conventional trench coat styles get, making it a good option for trench newbies.

Whistles Izzey Trench Coat

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Earthy tones go with anything (Picture: Whistles)

Get it for £199 from Whistles.

Khaki coats work with just about anything.

The tortoise shell effect belt buckle adds a touch of trendiness to this otherwise staple trench design.

COLLUSION Oversized Belted Trench

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Warm browns work great for laid back looks (Picture: ASOS)

Get it for £45 from ASOS.

This warm brown toned trench coat comes in plus sizes and has a casual feel with the its vintage-looking brass buttons.

The colour will transition to autumnal weather nicely.

 

Officine Générale Amy Gabardine Trench Coat

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Be office ready with this structured shape (Picture: Net-A-Porter)

Get it for £650 from Net-A-Porter.

With neat tailoring, this trench coat will look crisp and clean for a return to the office.

ASOS Design Hero Oversized Boyfriend Trench Coat

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Wider shapes give you more room for thick materials underneath (Picture: ASOS)

Get it for £58 from ASOS.

Break from tradition with this stone coloured option.

It skips out on a belt to create a less feminine silhouette – perfect for any chunky knits worn underneath.

 


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