Red Coat for Autumn
I don’t know about you, but trench coats always remind me of Sherlock Holmes. They are edgy, elegant, yet very sexy if you’d ask me. But why is autumn the best season for wearing trench coats? Because it’s transition time. We might have colder mornings and evenings, and high temperatures during the day.
I wore this outfit while in Budapest on our short trip that I told you about in a recent post and the weather was exactly as I just said. It even rained just before we were here at the bridge, so wearing a cozy coat over ripped shorts and maybe a spare umbrella and stylish rain boots would have helped even more.
I styled it with my favorite pair of blue denim shorts, a simple black T-shirt, my new studded sandals and a pair of classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses.
Surely there are tons of trench coats that you might pick from. If you like them oversized or maybe very fitted, or very long. Retailers have so much to offer you just need to make up your mind on what you want and what fits best. Personally, I love maxi coats but most of them make me look even shorter than I am. So I usually go for medium lengths. If I do wear long coats, I try to match them with high heels so that I can win some extra height.
Besides this red trench, I have another amazing design in my wardrobe that I usually forget to wear. It mixes with my other beige jackets and I always miss it when searching for something to wear. It’s classic yet not very simple but easy to style. It’s more of a smart-street piece of clothing. You can’t just wear it with a very classic office attire, but you can surely match it to something more edgy like a leather skirt and a cool silk blouse.
So what do you wear in autumn when it comes to picking out outerwear?
Leather Jackets? Trench coats? Fur vests?
Here are some fabulous yet very affordable design you might like.
Trench Coat Style
Find them all on ASOS