The UK has been subject to some rather rough weather conditions of late.
With the typical British weather leaving the nation chilly, wet and grey, stepping further than our front doors in the morning seems like a struggle.
What better way to cheer up on a blustery day by guarding yourself from the weather with an uber stylish coat?
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SHOP NOW: Double Breasted Trench Coat
A wardrobe classic.
Marks and Spencer
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Marks and Spencer’s new range of double-breasted trench coats are the perfect way to rock a seriously classic fashion choice while braving the rain and gusts.
The chic, timeless style is available in five equally timeless colours- khaki, beige, black and navy. There’s even a subtle, dusky pink shade.
The staple piece is an excellent wardrobe addition, that can be taken out and about all year round.
The quintessential coat style, made famous in the high end fashion world by British name Burberry, hasn’t been loved for years for nothing.
The M&S offering features a classic buckle belt- great for cinching in the waist with a sharp tie, wearing untied with the coat undone or simply wearing neatly buckled.
There’s also eight statement, tortoise shell buttons, a stylish statement collar and more buckle detailing on the shoulders and cuffs.
With a price of £55, it’s hard to deny that the trench coat is a little bit of a bargain.
Nab it now for the wet weather and wear it all the way into spring and through the inevitable damp British summer time.
Wear it with a casual jeans and jumper combo or pop It over a skirt and team with a pair of heeled.
With so much wearing potential in store and a not-too-terrible price tag, this is definitely one to add to your 2020 wardrobe.
Caitlin is Junior News Editor for woman&home, covering all things royal, celeb, fashion, beauty and lifestyle.
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After leaving uni, she dabbled in fashion PR as a Press Assistant for Arcadia's Topshop before becoming a part of the Now team at Future for her first real job in the world of online journalism, joining the ranks as a Digital Writer in 2019.
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