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all the fall talk on Houstonia’s style page is carefully selected so that each pick accommodates Houston’s warmer weather. However, cooler temps this week gave us a sneak peak into the brisk temps ahead, proving that trench coats may be able to flaunt down the city streets after all. Although these posh threads are usually saved for a November trip to New York, or a rare January day in Houston, it’s safe to say that trench coats could become the city’s latest fall fad.
This year trench coats have surpassed the classic camel standard and are moving towards more color, exquisite textiles and bonus details. Take for example, Daily Paper’s grape puffy coat, Jason Wu’s variation with leather fringes or Dries Van Noten’s burnt-gold print with navy contrast.
Trying to find the perfect trench is no easy feat. Houstonia’s got you covered with 10 trenches your closet and everyday wear will love.
This $39 crocodile trench from Good American is a super steal. Strut the city like Khloe Kardashian with this textured trench, featuring a belted waist and back ventilation.
Trench coats don't always have to be the standard beige fashion. This blush coat from Zara is sure to make any outfit standout. The four button detail paired with camouflaged pockets gives the wool design a polished look.
With olive labeled a fall necessity, the Adira trench will blend seamlessly with your seasonal wardrobe. The ritzy collar plus overlay combo makes for a sophisticated coat.
Of course, there couldn't be a conversation about trench coats without the mainstay beige. The timeless coat by Banana Republic is a sublime choice if you're seeking a standard, go-to coat for casual outfits.
Who would have thought a grape-colored coat would make for a flawless finish on a trench? Daily Paper's full body puffer was crafted with sustainable insulation to stay nice and snug through the chilly days.
Plaid is a fall staple and it is about time it transitioned from a reputable flannel shirt to a must-have trench. Ann Mashburn draws from a minimalistic look to let the fabric hold its own against any fall ensemble.
Although a black coat fits within typical trench fashion, Jason Wu takes the design a step further with a fringe element. Additionally, the belted cuffs and gleaming leather is a direct take from the influential '90s era.
The Réédition trench is a Barbie jacket brought to life. The glossy burgundy serves as the foundation to its many details of zipper pockets, press stud fastening and rubber appliqué, coming together for a runway-esq trench.
If you've been seeking a coat that unequivocally differs from the rest, feast your eyes on the Rolta by Dries Van Noten. Printed trenches are officially "in" and the contrast in hues form a mellifluous coat made for those weekend Instagram posts.
Instead of opting for black, a deep forest green is always a great alternative. Amir Taghi's leather Greig Coat is where style meets mysterious featuring deep pockets and removable sleeves, just in case those warmer temps sneak back up.