Wearing: Vintage Leather Trench Coat (shop similar here and here), Burberry Sock Boots (similar here and budget versions here and here), Rachel Comey Trigger Jeans (buy alternatives here, here and here), Weekday Hoodie (similar here), Le Specs The Last Lolita Sunglasses (alternatives here and here), Larsson & Jennings Watch c/o, and a Boyy Karl Bag
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How to wear a leather trench coat, yet look edgy without resembling Neo from the Matrix is the million dollar question. However, the answer is much simpler than you think.
The key to wear a trench coat and look badass without resembling the goth kid next door is simple and no, you can still wear it without sacrificing your love for black. The answer? Simply add a pop of color or a contrasting hue such as red or ivory white. Yes, it’s that simple.
This season it’s all about pairing your trench coats with straight-leg jeans and sock boots, aka the ‘Balenciaga effect’ and the silhouette of the season. Layer underneath a hoodie to add laid-back and casual vibes and accessorize with a structured handbag and your favorite pair of sunglasses.
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