11 Reasons to Consider Adding a Trench Dress to Your Summer Lineup
Trenches are staples in fall. That’s probably why designers try to reinvent the classic coat every year. If you love the look, there’s a way to rock trenches right now. How? By working trench dresses into your summer wardrobe.
The chic dresses started popping up everywhere back during fashion’s utilitarian craze. But they have real staying power. Especially since they boast belts making them truly customizable. (Unlike belts, buttons are not mandatory.) They’re also a great way to start dressing up again with minimal effort.
Once the weather begins to cool down, these dresses turn into epic layering devices. You can slip one on over everything from button-downs paired with slacks to jeans topped with turtlenecks. Plus, they look just as stylish with boots as they do with sandals.
Not convinced? Keep reading to discover the trench dresses that’ll earn you tons of compliments.
The Frankie Shop Fenne Trench Dress in Tan, $158 at The Frankie Shop
H&M Sleeveless Jacket Dress in Light Beige, $49.99 at H&M
Michael Kors Collection Belted Double-Breasted Cotton-Gabardine Midi Dress, $954 at Net-a-Porter
12 STOREEZ Sleeveless Trench Dress, $162 at Farfetch
Kate Spade New York Sleeveless Shirtdress, $349 at Kate Spade New York
Zara Belted Waistcoat Dress, $89.90 at Zara
Proenza Schouler White Label Double-Breasted Midi Trench Dress, $550 at Moda Operandi
Object Organic Cotton Sleeveless Trench Coat in Brown, $143 at ASOS
Mango Belt Shirt Dress in Beige, $39.99 at Mango
The Frankie Shop 2 Layer Combo Trench Vest and Jacket in Hemp, $295 at The Frankie Shop
Max Mara Elica Sleeveless Trench Dress, $597 at Saks