Trench coats for spring

Trench coats for spring

Spring is finally here, trees are in full bloom, the sun is shining and everyone is already outdoor. I’m not going to lie to you, I love it. Suddenly everything feels so fresh and I’m not even minding getting up early in the morning anymore. Walking the puppy before work is now one of the most enjoyable times of the day. And the best part is that it’s only getting better and better with summer approaching. But until then I thought I would share with you this post about spring trench coats, which was published on and it’s just perfect for the season.

I was extremely happy when this post was published on such a big site and community like Lookbook so I just wanted to thank you for all your love.

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As the weather begins to lighten up, so goes the wardrobe! It’s time to fold up the big winter coats and turn our attention to an undisputed classic for spring. From the must-have classic trench coat to the long version of it, and a military-style green one to a light pastel wrap, you can never have enough of this timeless basic. What’s even better, is that there are nearly countless options for this season. You just have to know how to pick the right ones.

A good trench coat will be infinitely versatile and will be able to elevate your outfit instantaneously. It can be easily styled down for casual day outfits, as well as up for fancy evening wear. If you haven’t fully embraced the spirit of the spring trench coat, scroll down for some styling tips and inspiration that will help you transition your coats from winter to spring, or from the streets to the soirée.



This is the best choice if you’re going for a romantic look, not to mention it will blend in perfectly with the trees blossoming in the background — and there’s nothing like pastel shades to put you in that spring time mood!

The combination of rose and serenity colors I’m wearing here also happens to be a part of the 2016 Pantone color report.

Lucy Van Dean pastel spring trench



One way to modernize the classic nude trench — and incorporate a slightly more urban feel and attitude — is to roll up the sleeves. You can also collar up and tie the belt around in a knot.

I wore this with grid capris to add more of contemporary element for the big city.

Lucy Van Dean spring trench coat



Military green is a classic and never out of fashion. Plus, the lightweight material of this trench is not only perfect for the warmer weather months, but features the pajama style robe-like qualities that are trending majorly for spring.

This color is best worn over all-over black. I added a pop of color with bold red satchel from DKNY.

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  • Reply Alice April 8, 2016 at 7:53 pm

    Amazing pics, I love this post!

    Alice Cerea,

  • Reply vera April 10, 2016 at 4:11 pm

    The very first trench has to be my favorite! Love all of your pictures, you look absolutely stunning.

    Blonde in Cashmere

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