Monday, 5 August 2019

' ASYMMETRIC TRENCH COAT '

Happy Monday lovelies! 
Hope you all had a good weekend?

One of my wardrobe must-haves is a great trench coat. It's a great transitional piece for winter to spring outfits and perfect for Autumn too when the weather is not too cold. A trench coat is classic enough in itself but I was drawn to this one in particular because of the drape asymmetric style which I love.

I'm loving the little bit of nice weather we're having atm when it's not raining that is but I am secretly looking forward to chilly days so I can wear this trench coat and all my other coats. 







ASOS Trench Coat (similar) // ASOS White Tee // ASOS Jeans // ASOS Leopard Print Sandals (similar) // ZARA Bag (similar)

Thank you so much for reading and have a great week! I'm hoping to have a stress free week as it's my birthday tomorrow :D!!  Any fellow Leos? I'll be celebrating all month long, already started my celebrations this past weekend! 

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32 comments

  1. You look so chic! Love that trench coat!!
    xx- Nina
    http://www.stylingwithnina.com/2019/08/casual-summer-look-what-taking-pictures.html

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  2. I love your trench. It makes the outfit look so chic.
    www.sophieatieno.com

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  3. This is nice. We are getting close to that season, so I need to invest in one.
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  4. I love that trench coat! The asymmetric style is a really lovely detail and your red bag goes great with it. And happy birthday! I hope you had the best day x

    x Kara | http://karascloset.net

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  5. Now this is my kind of outfit, Sam. Effortlessly chic!! Yes to that trench!

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  6. Trench coat is a wardrobe staple and I like this classic colour. That bag is the cutest!

    www.busyandfab.com

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  7. This trench is so chic and dying over these leopard heels! Stunning look!

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  8. Love the trench:) You look great!

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  9. Ah got to love a trench coat - they're lovely and effortless!

    Layla x

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  10. Oh this IS a cool style!! I don't do well with trenches and other belted coats as I am a small size but tall so the belts and waist lines to do not fall in the place and always hit me right below the the ribcage. But a less structured trench like this could work. This one looks great on you and love it with the skinny jeans red crossbody.

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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    1. Ah shame about not finding the right fit and thank you! :)

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  11. Trench coats are such a fabulous way of sheltering from the rain throughout the transitional months; and this one looks ever so fabulous on you! I definitely need to pick up a new one ready for Autumn :) Hope you're having a lovely start to the week!

    aglassofice.com x

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    1. I love them for that reason...and thanks Gabrielle x

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  12. Such a cool coat- I love that classic camel color, and your styling here gives it a fresh spin!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  13. Your jacket is so beautiful!
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  14. Lovely look Hun, I love this jacket! x

    Grace Louise || http://gracelouiseofficial.blogspot.co.uk

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  15. Such a beautiful coat, a fun take on a classic trench and I love how you've worn it here, the red accessories are such a nice touch :)

    Hope that your week has been a good one and you have a nice weekend ahead of you :)

    Away From Blue

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  16. Girl you killing it in this outfit, so gorgeous and fierce, and those heels!

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    - Marina W

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