Trench coat styles to try out
Every good bargainista knows that there are two key rules to follow when you’re shopping: Classic styles will always give you more bang for your buck than trendy pieces, and clothes that can be worn in several different ways are all the more valuable for their versatility. With that said, it’s time to put these rules into action. A good place to start is while shopping for trench coats! Here are a couple types of trench coats you should keep an eye out for:
For a classic style: a long trench coat
When shopping for trench coats, you’ll come across all kinds of lengths, including the cropped trench. Long cheap trench coats in a neutral color such as black or khaki are always your best bet. If you find a budget-friendly version, even better. Wearing clothes with big names on the label can be fun, but a long trench coat is such a classic style that it’s hard to mess up. Another plus of going for an inexpensive trench: If you buy one at the beginning of spring, it won’t be a big deal if you put it away until next winter after just a few wears.
For versatility: women’s trench coats with removable lining
For many people, the beginning of this season means putting away your warm, lined winter trench in storage and hanging a light, unlined spring trench in its place. These coats might even be in the same color and look nearly identical. While this system works, a savvy shopper knows that it’s not really necessary to have two very similar coats. Women’s trench coats with removable lining are a great alternative that can carry you from winter into spring by simply removing the lining once the weather gets warmer.
How do you like to accessorize while wearing a trench coat?