The Perfect Drape Front Trench

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I’ve had my Azalea drape front trench (last seen here) for a several years now, so I thought it was time to upgrade. The style has proven to be super versatile (you can literally wear with anything, dress it up or down). I’ve been content with my Azalea jacket because I had it custom tailored to me, so it fits like a glove! With that being said, there’s no lining and the color is little off. When I spotted this jacket on Club Monaco’s site, I thought the shorter length (on the model) could work for me. While the length works, the sleeve width and length are a little roomy. Overall though, this is a great drape trench. It’s fully lined and has some weight to it, which I like for layering in the winter. The quality is really nice and it’s just a gorgeous piece to have in your closet. I’ll definitely be living in this all fall and even winter.

Best drape front trench coats

DL1961 Emma Maternity jeans

Club Monaco Claudine trench coat

Marc Fisher Zella booties

Club Monaco Claudine beige trench coat

Givenchy antigona small satchel

AG tee xs, Club Monaco trench xs, DL1961 Emma Maternity jeans 24 (non-maternity version), Marc Fisher Zella booties 5 (old, similar), Givenchy Antigona small satchel, Ray-Ban original aviators 58mm