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Product Focus: Short Trench Coat by Michael Kors

21st January 2015 | Posted in Womens & Women's New In by H. Simpson



Michael Kors remains one of the most popular designers today with his smart yet classic designs and stylish bags and accessories. His common style is to produce timeless garments featuring his own personal twist and this can be seen in many of his clothing such as a black dress; each of which feature forms of embellishment or produced with an alternative cut.

The trench is a classic choice that has been updated over the years and more recently, Burberry has taken the trench on as their signature item. There have been many influences over the years that have enabled the trench coat to become what it is today. Films such as Breakfast at Tiffany's elevated the trench into the fashion world and since then, many variations have been created. Alexa Chung is another trend setter that is frequently spotted in her trademark jacket and who can avoid Harry Styles' wardrobe of alternative shades of trench, creating a smart yet sharp look.

The Michael Kors Trench style coat has used the original classic design with an updated modern twist. Instead of using the belt buckle fastener, simply tie the fabric belt around your waist in a knot for a unique and current look. Smaller details such as the shiny gold buttons and buckle fastener all of which feature embossed branding create that special, standout look.

Shop alternative styles of Michael Kors outerwear here.



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