The trench

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The trench is not only a key piece this autumn, but rather a timeless piece of clothing. If you have a little imagination it goes with almost anything.
You can choose a classic model, inspired by men’s fashion, with two rows of buttons, wide lapels and neckline V.
The feminine version has only one row of buttons, lapels were rather more rounded collar.
It fits any type of figure.
Ever since Thomas Burberry created the waterproof trench many years ago, it has always been in trend and it enjoys the same popularity.
Moreover, every year it is reinterpreted in strong colors, male collections, female or children collections.
It’s convenient, easy to match and very chic.
Perhaps it’s the classic shape or timeless appeal, but there’s something so effortlessly chic about a trench coat.
Not only is it a stylish outerwear piece for transitioning from summer to fall or from winter to spring, it also goes with just about every darn thing in your closet.

 
Roll up your sleeves for an unstudied vibe.
For an easy off-duty model look, cinch your trench coat around your waist, and pair it with slouchy jeans and sneakers.
Temper the sex appeal of a lace top by teaming it with your classic trench and trousers.
Leave a gap when tying your trench coat to show off a stylish staple layered underneath, like a striped button-down shirt.
Pair a black trench coat with skinny jeans.
Layer a button-down shirt underneath a printed cardigan and complete the look with sophisticated trousers and pointy-toed pumps.
Match your trench coat with cigarette jeans, and black pumps.
Freshen up your ensemble with a white trench coat worn over plaid pants.
Elongate your legs by wearing your trench with a denim shirt and cutoffs.
Contrast a bright ensemble with a neutral trench coat.

 

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