Burberry trench coats are the iconic investments for spring and autumn wardrobes, great to keep you warm during the indecisive weather, and also great for the drizzling wet weather due to the water resistance gabardine fabric used in making them. Aside from all these, they’re also stylish, wear forever pieces that never go out of style. Throw them on with your summer sun dresses, white sneakers, and top-handle bag, and ‘you’re golden’ for the spring season, or better still with baggy boyfriend jeans, a lightweight sweater, plus Chelsea boots, and a book tote bag, “Autumn!.”
Burberry trench coats are timeless, you can wear the midi length version alone, just finish it with a pair of white pumps and a top handle bag, and you’re party ready, and come many seasons this look remains never out of style; the ‘Check Panel Cotton Gabardine Trench Coat’ will help you to achieve this look, due to its standout check lapel and collar and deep rich camel tone it carries.
Burberry has established itself as a brand known for its timeless, versatile, and universally appealing trench coats for over 100 years, all with various iterations every new season. These trench coats are so easily adaptable to anyone of any age and any gender, which is what makes them a must-have in any transitional capsule wardrobe.
Trench coats originated in the 19th century, it was developed as an alternative to the heavy serge greatcoats worn by British and French soldiers in the First World War. The invention of the trench coat is claimed by two British luxury clothing manufacturers, Burberry and Aquascutum, with Aquascutum’s claim dating back to the 1850s. Thomas Burberry invented gabardine fabric in 1879 and submitted a design for a British Army officer’s raincoat to the War Office in 1901. The ability to make the gabardine fabric trench coat waterproof is the innovation that stood out and remained iconic till now. Fast forwarding to now, from royals like Kate Middleton, Holywood icons like Rihanna, and Supermodels like Kate Moss to social media It-girls this transitional fashion staple has proven itself here to stay.
Burberry trench coats remain the most exported coats in Britain, and Google search has ranked ‘Burberry Trench’ as the highest since 2004. The outerwear staple is like a plain slate for anyone who is trying to add his/her own personal style to the iconic cult find. Despite the fact that the beige/camel-toned trench coats are the classic ones, nowadays we can also wear trench coats in other colour ways from navy, black to pastel pink, etc, just invest in at least three varied colour ways and designs to bring variety to your style looks each season.
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