Trending Trench Coat Colors That You Should Be Investing In

Hi Darlings!

It’s a bright sun-shiny day!

How is 2020 treating you so far?

Spring is soon going to be here, and I think a common misconception I have seen is that once winters are over, layering isn’t required. I completely disagree with it. The easiest way to make any look stylish is by layering it right.

When you add layers to an outfit, you allow yourself to:

  • Get creative
  • Allows for more versatility, you can switch layers through the day based on your activity
  • Helps with color play

Needless to say, I’m a big fan of layers myself.

All you need to do when the season’s change is switch up heavy layers with lighter ones.

Trench coats fit the bill perfectly.

They are meant for the outdoors, and sun protection darlings is a real thing, so when your day requires you to be out too much, then it’s a great choice for you. And it’s even better if you pick a trench that adds a pop of color to your outfit.

I’m sharing with you the best trench coat colors that you can pick and use throughout the year, no matter the season.


#1 Camel

The camel is a classic, no matter the day of the year, this is one trench coat you can definitely invest in because it ain’t going out of fashion ever.

You can buy the one I’m wearing, here.

It’s on SALE right now.


#2 Yellow

The best way to work with this bright color is to neutralize it with something monochrome.

#3 Tan

If you’re the type who wants a layer that’s colorful but not too loud, tan is a great choice that you can experiment with.

#4 Pink

Talking about colorful trench coats and missing pink is unthinkable! By wearing the right neutral basics underneath you can create a chic look.

#5 Green

This is definitely the most underrated color when it comes to trench coats but also the one that looks the most elegant.



Which trending colored trench do you find worth buying?

Tell me more in the comments below.


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