Stylish and practical Trench coats

Black trench coat Spring 2023

Stylish and practical Spring trench coats. What is not to like at this time of year? As I look out of our window to the lovely view of the river it is cold, raining and windy! Although we did get a few sunny days over the Easter weekend. These days I seem to be wearing my fully waterproof rubberised raincoat or my long Cos trench coat.

We are finally off to Grimaud this Wednesday so hopefully I can wear some of my lighter clothes. I will be reporting on the markets in St.Tropez as usual.

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Floral waterproof rain hat Etsy || Black DB trench coat MarksandSpencer || Pink sweater John Lewis || Pale blue cross body bag The Cambridge satchel company || New balance trainers John Lewis || Boot cut jeans MarksandSpencer ||

I wondered if I needed to add the black MarksandSpencer trench to my wardrobe. You can see me trying it on in the Kingston branch changing rooms below.

Beige trench coat

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Leopard print bucket hat MarksandSpencer || Waterresistant DB trench coat Hobbs at Marksandspencer || Merino roll neck sweater Boden || Longchamp Pliage bag John Lewis || Fitflop trainers || Straight stretch trousers J.Crew.

Stylish and practical Spring Trench coats:

If you missed the “Lightweight jackets for early Spring” post, you could read it here.


  1. Maureen
    10th April 2023 / 21:40

    A trench coat is so handy at this time of the year. I don’t suit DB ones as I’m top heavy but found a lovely single breasted one in Joules. Enjoy Grimaud Josephine I always look forward to your posts from the markets.

  2. 11th April 2023 / 03:53

    Love the coat and the shoes. Such comfort and always on trend. No wonder you look so happy.

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