Kim Murray's pink trench coat at Wimbledon is undeniably stunning—and unfortunately, its price tag is too.
Burberry trench coats work for every occasion as proven by Andy Murray's wife, Kim, who chose to wear hers to support the elite tennis player at the Championships on Wednesday, grabbing the attention—and envy—of fashionistas everywhere.
Kim teamed the designer coat with a high-necked floral blouse and her signature long locks to watch her partner's tense four-hour long match against Oscar Otte, nailing the perfect outfit for the evening's temperamental weather.
But before you dash out to pick one up for yourself, you might want to assess your budget. The elegant coat will set you back a whopping £1,650 ($2,250), or approximately 660 takeout coffees.
Luckily, you don't need to ditch your morning Americano to achieve the gorgeous style. British brand Joules offers a dupe of the coat, and it's only £79.95 ($111). The Joules evita trench coat, which normally retails at £139 ($193), features several of the hallmarks of the Burberry version—meaning you might not even be able to tell them apart. With a double-breasted button front, storm flap to the back, and waist tie, it offers all the practicalities of the stylish designer piece—without denting your bank balance.
Joules' version also features the added detail of print under the collar, making it that little bit more special than your typical trench coat.
But if you are after the real deal and want to splash out on your very own Burberry coat the brand still has a few pink-hued styles in stock—just not the exact version Kim wore to Wimbledon.
Burberry's single-breasted car coat is in stock right now with sizes ranging from UK 2 to UK 14 and it's not too dissimilar to their famed trench.
Giving off a slightly more sophisticated vibe than the classic trench style, this version will look good for special occasions for years to come.
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Hailing from the lovely city of Dublin, Emma mainly covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health and wellness feature. Always up for a good conversation, she has a passion for interviewing everyone from A-list celebrities to the local GP - or just about anyone who will chat to her, really.
Emma holds an MA in International Journalism from City, University of London, and a BA in English Literature from Trinity College Dublin.
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