How to Style a Spring Trench Coat and Still Look Great

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Skirt by White House Black Market // Trench Coat by Banana Republic // Tote Bag by Ted Baker // Shoes by Charles David

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It's no secret that I long for Spring and warmer temperatures

....and finally getting to wear lighter fabrics and bring out my Spring wardrobe pieces. Friends, I am ready for a lot more sunshine, a lot more warmth, and looking forward to seeing flowers and leaves on trees bloom to brighten up the scenery! It seems like this Winter has been a rollercoaster of temperatures and I am so ready for Spring. To keep up with our Texas climate, I have put together this look so you can see how to layer a trench coat over lighter pieces since we all know how our beautiful temperatures can go from 70F degrees in the afternoon to 30F degrees by night-time :).

First, this trench coat from Banana Republic has been one of the best investments I've made over the years.  I have worn this coat during past years as we transition from the Winter into Spring months, and it still holds true to its value. I have linked a similar Banana Republic trench coat here. As we get into Spring, I also like to begin wearing midi skirts and depending on the weather, closed toe shoes or booties. In Dallas, there is hardly a need for stockings or thermal unless absolutely necessary. In this outfit, I have layered in a few pieces on repeat like my lace top and black pumps shoes.

I think you can almost always never go wrong with a black and white look. Do you agree?

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White House Black Market

Can we take a moment to talk about this WHBM swingy, satin full skirt with the pretty floral prints? I love how it visually contours the waist. Besides, a midi skirt is such a fun piece with a lace embroidered top and pumps for work and doubling for a night out with strappy heels for a more elongated silhouette. This skirt is so perfect for Spring and the print makes me happy!

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Shop this look and a few of my favorites

1 Comment

  1. April 12, 2019 / 9:56 am

    This is truly helpful, thanks.

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