How to Style the Classic Trench with Jack Wills

As we are now (sadly) into August, and with the current rain in Glasgow, I have started to look at Transitional pieces. Fashion week is also just around the corner and I always seem to try and pull together some new season pieces for then anyway even if it’s not particularly cold. A coat is obviously one of the main pieces I look at as of course I’m into investment pieces I can wear and keep. For the past few years I have wanted the perfect trench coat and swayed between getting a long or short one – I love both styles – but when I seen this Jack Wills classic trench from their Trench Coat range I knew it fit perfectly with my *wannabe* French Girl style.

I haven’t worn one for a few years and was unsure on the best and most stylish ways to wear it. Instead of searching through pinterest they have actually already pulled together a guide on How to Style a Trench Coat and after having a look and taking inspiration I pulled together my two favourite ways to style a trench. I think Undone (and layered.. ) is probably my favourite – let me know your favourite way to style a trench in the comments below!

What do you think of the Trench coat and is it something you would consider for the transitional season – especially if you live in the UK? I can’t wait to take mine to Paris however …

Hope you are all having a lovely week and thank you for reading as always!

L x

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2 Comments

  1. Tracey
    August 10, 2017 / 6:46 am

    I too cannot believe we are into August without much of a hint of summer days. I love a trench coat. I’ve got quite a few in many different colours. So versatile & can be worn casual or chic depending on how it’sstyoed. You have styled this look perfectly. Looking very chic with a casual twist. Gorgeous look as always. Love to you Lucy 💋😘

  2. Tracey
    August 10, 2017 / 6:47 am

    Spelling mistakes as always. Hurting send without checking is a bad habit on my part 🤔😘

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