It’s not surprising that modern cut & length adjusted trench coats are making a splash for spring 2010. After Burberry’s highly successful launch of their Art of the Trench website, a collage of your every day Burberry trench bearer beautifully displayed in full screen.
And as Rorschach (from the Watchmen, pictured left) reminded millions across the world how bad-ass a trench coat can look, the sophisticated long coats lovers from the fall season were itching to break them back out as the rain season slowly makes its appearance (how many Rorschach costumes did you see last Halloween?).
Best described by AskMen article on Spring 2010 Jackets, the modern trench for this season is a must:
Reinterpreted for Spring 2010, this particular model hits at mid-thigh. This simple but powerful alteration in its length makes it arguably more versatile than the original as you can wear this piece with anything ranging from distressed denim to more traditional threads. Every guy needs an effortlessly elegant jacket in his wardrobe that can pull together any look, and this trench fits the bill.
The beauty of this is that you won’t need to pay into the quadruple digits to get it. New for spring at Gotstyle are the Carraro trench coats, a classic Italian manufacturer that has specialized in rain coats for decades. Not only that, but they specifically made these modern cut trench coats for us.
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