There are raincoats, trenchcoats, jackets, blazers, wool coats and probably some other varieties in the market of coats to wear for Spring. All these varying coats to choose from can potentially get a bit overwhelming. However, I am here to help you out. Below I’ve collected a series of coats that I adore. You can be assured, they are all on trend, most of them are timeless and very suitable for the current season. You might still want to pick between the actual styles. Hence, are you more into the classic trench, or do you prefer to not be too warm but wearing waterproof? You might also simply want to go for the timeless blazer which can totally replace any jacket or coat.
In terms of materials and colours, you are totally free to go for the everlasting beige when it comes to picking a trench. However, just to give you an insight into the actual S/S18 trends. The absolute material highlight is transparent everything. In the case, that this is not your thing, you might want to go for the other very big trend which is sorbet colours. The latter is definitely easier to pull off as you can see from my outfit shots below. Anyhow, I have to tell you that I am quite intrigued by getting myself a transparent raincoat. I can totally see myself wearing a super stylish outfit underneath and not getting it ruined by the fact that I need to wear a coat to stay safe from the occasional rain. Besides, stripes and check are also still big, especially when it comes to blazers.
See, actually, this year’s trends are very wearable and if we split it up like this, it almost becomes easy to pick your next coat. In general, I love to own a coat from every category. This makes it easier to choose by occasion, mood and overall look.
In the shots below, I am sporting a mix of raincoat and jacket. It is quite a sporty number. Hence, I love to pair it with a basic white shirt, jeans and trainers. This way I make sure to look very effortless. Rounding the look off with a pair of rather chic sunglasses puts the outfit on a whole new level, don’t you think?