Trench coats are the best way to look stylish during winters. Burberry and Aquascutum both claim to have invented the trench coat worn by the officers during WWI to save them from rains and cold. From Hollywood to street style, they have been in limelight for years. LuxeBook brings you the best luxurious trench coats to keep your wardrobe trendy and warm.
Designed for Fendi’s AW18 Collection, this FF motif trench coat features an oversized collar, a double-breasted front fastening, a maxi belt, front pockets, long sleeves and side slits. A 100 per cent polyester from outside and with a 100 per cent polyamide lining, this is a perfect trench for you to save you from harsh weather.
Staying true to the crisp tailoring, Nina Ricci captures the sophisticated feminine side of a trench coat. Giving it a modern twist, this military-inspired outerwear is an epitome of fusion.
With a wraparound scarf detail, this grey asymmetric plaid trench coat from Nina Ricci features notched lapels, long sleeves and double-breasted front fastening. It is a mid-calf length straight fit coat with black trim. Made up of 100 per cent polyamide, it is great for the Fall season.
Bringing the street style to the luxury domain, Burberry has combined the classic Kensington-fit trench coat in English-woven cotton gabardine with runway press studs and ring piercings. To keep it true to their heritage the lining is the vintage check, well known as Burberry check, which is a signature combination of camel, ivory, red and black is used to line the trench coats since the 1920s. Made from 100 per cent cotton, it is a good buy for fashion lovers who also care about the environment. Tight in its weave, gabardine is water-repellent yet allows ventilation, and is woven in Burberry’s English mill to this day.
Edina Two-in-One Check Coat
A mix of a detachable bolero jacket and a sleeveless trench, this is an intelligent pick for those who like their fashion to be trans-seasonal and sustainable. With notched lapels and timeless checks, this piece is made up of 100 per cent cotton.
5. BOTTEGA VENETA
PU trench coat
Bottega Veneta’s sunshine-yellow trench coat is a tailored piece from Italy. Their idea of collectable fashion is smartly shown in this solid coloured coat. Made from matte, rubbery PU, it is a perfect alternative to leather, which keeps your body warm. Belted at the waist and with button fastenings in the front, it is a vibrant yellow pick that can be worn as a dress as well.
Bringing together its vision of feminity and contemporisation, this hooded trench coat is a statement pick for your fall wardrobe. Miu Miu always brings unexpected twists that make even the most classic silhouettes look modern. This trench coat has been made in Italy from cotton-poplin and has a contrasting black drawstring hood. Cut for an oversized fit, it has belted cuffs and logo-embossed epaulettes. It is made from 100 per cent cotton and can be washed by hand.
7. ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
Puff Shoulder Short Trench Coat
Boasting the power dressing style, Alexander McQueen reinvented the classic trench with dramatic puff shoulders to give it a voluminous look. It looks like a traditional trench coat with double-breast button fastening. It is a short length coat with buckled sleeves which gives it the look of an army uniform of the past. The Italian made, nude piece is made up of 100 per cent cotton.