Stylish trench coats will never go out of style, as it's already a timeless wear, which underlines women's chicness and femininity. The following outerwear garment helps to create city chic looks. Lots of women have this light-weight outerwear in their closets, however, not all ladies can correctly style it with their daily basics. Today I want to show you best Polyvore tips on how to wear women's trenches. The modern city woman chooses elegance instead of bright trends, that's why it's okay to see classic outfitted women in the streets. There are light, loose-fit options for a laid-back wear. As you can see from the images below, this outerwear can be styled with casual chinos, jeans, formal skirts and trousers. In short, the traditional trench is not only basic wardrobe staple, but it's also a sophisticated item, which is perfect for various occasions.
Keep it elegant and modern by choosing the double-breasted, belted style, which is ideal for wearing with statement aviator sunglasses, white bag and peep-toe studded booties.
The pale burgundy version looks perfect worn with camel chinos, grey and purple striped sweater, statement handbag and flat, suede pumps.
The light camel colored trench can be worn with classic black jeans, knitted white sweater, leopard print scarf, the same print clutch and statement accessories.
The light grey version looks awesome worn with printed silken scarf, mustard knitwear, pleated white trousers and brown leather tote.
The pale turquoise, laid-back, wrap version with cuffed sleeves can be teamed with a cool slim-fit top, white polka dot black shorts , the same printed bag and animal patterned wayfarer sunglasses.
The white one can be worn atop bright colored and printed separates, like a white polka dot black blouse, leopard print shorts and bags.
Speaking of office wear basics, then here we see a red, belted outerwear which can be worn atop wrap jacket style white blouse tucked in a black pencil skirt. You can embellish the look with a mini bag, statement sunglasses, red silken scarf, pointed toe booties and tartan print umbrella.
The same red one coat can be styled with a belted monochrome dress, patent red sandals and black handbag.
I like navy and pink combination, which makes wearer look brighter and sophisticated.
This outfit is for 1960's swing party lovers. I love the yellow coat, which can be worn atop shapeless dress, yellow, peep-toe wedges and elegant chain handle clutch.