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Spring Pick: 9 Perfect Trenchcoats

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by Make it last on 1 February, 2018

We can't think of a better investment piece than a perfect beige trenchcoat. It crushes all passing coat trends. Just have a look!

Trenchcoats from Céline, Loewe and Tôteme, Spring 2018

Make it last loves the iconic—garments that we return to year after year, no matter what other trends might be floating around that particular season. One of our favorite classics? The trenchcoat. And as it happens, it’s a major trend for spring 2018, just look at Céline, Loewe, Balenciaga, The Row, Chloé and Tôteme, to name a few.

The trenchcoat perfectly bridges the gap between winter and spring, and the gems are as easily found at second hand as new. Our editor Emma Elwin will always regret selling off a perfect Burberry one. Here are three of our favorite sustainable options for her, and everyone else too!

Céline trenchcoat previously owned by Pernille Teisbaek. Partially lined trench, Junya Watanabe vintage via Farfetch. Pre-owned JW Anderson resort 2015 via Resee.

 

Cotton trench made in Lithuania by Filippa K. It’s all in the details, knows Stella McCartney. Long, oversized trench by Hed Mayner.

Our vintage picks! The most iconic option, from Burberry via Ebay. Gorgeous pre-owned options by YSL and Balenciaga, both via Vestiaire Collective.


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