Trench Coat for Women 2015-2016
A trench coat is a fantastic coat if weather requires. But what is a trench coat actually? A trench coat is a raincoat made of waterproof heavy-duty cotton gabardine drill, or leather, or poplin. It generally has a removable insulated lining, raglan sleeves, and the classic versions come in various lengths ranging from just above the ankles (the longest) to above the knee (the shortest). It was originally an item of clothing for Army officers (developed prior to the war but adapted for use in the trenches of the First World War, hence its name) and shows this influence in its styling. Weather, which is in a constantly changing require lighter clothing, and one of the key pieces of spring is the trench, especially since we are talking about a classic and timeless piece of clothing that goes practically with anything. Indeed its versatility is huge.
The different colors, textures, lengths, do not be afraid to mix different-items when you wear your trench. Add a scarf and a waist belt and you can have a look inspired by Burberry or, why not, a pair of sneakers for a relaxed, but yet trendy look.
Trench coat is a piece of your clothing British air so as not to miss such a fashionista’s closet. Nicky Hilton or Victoria Beckham can not get enough of their Burberry trench coat-site. But even if you can not afford one of satin and silk such as the British fashion house, and one can wear less, but better matched.
The play classic timeless, iconic British style, trench coat is a basic clothing piece for the beginning of fall. Easy, comfortable, elegant and indispensable especially during the transition between seasons, he is the guarantor of a chic and urban allure.
If you already have a trench coat in your wardrobe, a beige knee-length piece, your matching possibilities are endless, depending on the occasion and your mood mind.
On a the trench coat you should appreciate details such as black edges, which gives originality. Sober and refined, trench coat does not tolerate excesses being enough a dress or a skirt underneath, whose length does not exceed that of the trench site, closed or open-toes shoes and maybe a female belt.