Wearing: Vintage Leather Trench Coat (find similar here, here, here, and here), Attico Mules (also here and similar option here), Vetements Reworked Jeans (shop similar here and here and budget alternatives here and here), Céline Andrea Sunglasses, Elizabeth & James Ring, and a J.W. Anderson Pierce Bag
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If you love trench coats as much as I do (as evidenced here and here), but if you’re bored of the traditional kind, then a leather trench coat might be the perfect spring piece to invest in. It will give any outfit badass, edgy vibes and make you instantly look like a rockstar. However, finding one that doesn’t cost at least half your rent isn’t easy. While you will mostly find designer coats (remember that amazing Vetements leather trench coat?) with great cuts, fit, and quality material, I have a secret place where you can find amazing options that look like designer. Where? Easy, go vintage. Yes, really. The only trench coats that will give designer ones a run for their money are original 70’s ones, which you find at Etsy, ASOS Marketplace, or your local vintage shops for less than €100. So there you go and now you know that you don’t have to spend a fortune on one and that you can rest assured you will have a unique, high quality piece for a tiny fraction of the price of a designer trench coat.
Now, how to wear a trench coat this spring, might you ask? Simply pair it with straight leg or deconstructed jeans and ankle boots or mules. That’s the easiest and trendiest way to wear it this season.
Wishing you all a great Thursday. x
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