The Trench, a coat for all seasons | Jack Wills.

Prepare for summer showers and evenings out in style with Jack Wills’s collection of premium quality, weather-ready outerwear.

If someone asked me to pick a timeless wardrobe staple, It would have to be a classic camel Trench Coat.

Whatever your style, it is undeniably an outerwear essential. It makes any outfit effortlessly chic and i love how versatile it can be.

The Trench Coat is one of those items of clothing that can be both dressed up or down. Picture a spring day, a bit of light shopping and brunch with the girls. What better outfit choice than a classic white tee tucked into high waisted denim jeans with vans or a pair of converse.

Or if you’re out for drinks, or wearing it for work; pair the Trench coat with a crisp white shirt, slim fitted trousers and red statement heels.

“With the ability to be styled with almost anything, it’s no surprise that the trench coat has transcended every season.” – Jack Wills.

Jack Wills have three beautiful trench styles available: the classic Duncombe, the adorable Dollyhill Swing, and the super fun cropped Havershaw.

The signature Duncombe Trench coat

This coat takes inspiration from original pieces used in the army and is the most timeless of the three styles. It is perfect for almost every season, with traditional gun flaps, buckled straps that tie at the waist and cuffs (to keep you super snug)

This timeless wardrobe classic is an investment worth making!

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The Dollyhill Trench Coat 

The Dollyhill swing coat (My fave!) takes inspiration from Jack Wills classic trench coats.

It’s a great combination of the signature features of a trench coat with the shape of a swing coat. This little beauty comes in the traditional stone (beige) colour but can also be bought in a pastel Rose colour. A great way way to not only inject a pop of colour into an outfit, but also to add more femininity.


The Hathershaw cropped Trench Coat.

The Hathershaw takes inspiration from the original Duncombe trench coat, and is inspired by the original trench coats of the 1850s, making a protective and stylish outerwear staple.

The cropped style is a great way to re-invent the classic Trench coat, by making it more casual and even more versatile.

Its a fautless length for more petite women who like me, would love to wear a classic trench coat, but can’t quite get away with the full length ones.

If you’re still unsure, Jack wills’ have got you covered!
They have listed six different ways to ‘Style the new season trench’ over on their website. Be sure to take a look at their guide and top tips >>HERE<<
I hope you enjoyed this post!


*This post was sponsored by Jack Wills. All thoughts and opinions are my own*

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