New in my Wardrobe: Everlane Gathered Drape Trench Coat

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There’s a bit of newness happening at Everlane and a noticeable shift in the silhouettes of the pieces that form part of their new collection.  I posted about the Oversized ‘80s Blazer a couple of weeks ago – a modern take on an older jacket silhouette, and in today’s post, I’m highlighting another piece from their new collection – the Gathered Drape Trench Coat.  

Everlane coat* (sz XS), Arket tee (sz S), Everlane pants* (sz S – review here), Nicholas Kirkwood flats, Ray Ban sunglasses, Senreve bag* (use this link to have $50USD deducted at checkout)

The new collection is a nod to the fact that a lot of us are working in a hybrid model, so they offer the ease of looking polished in a professional setting but also feeling comfortable for more casual days. I’ve been such a fan of Everlane’s elevated basics for years, their Dream Pants remain a firm favourite of mine and I have a healthy collection of cashmere knits to see me through my work days.  But their new pieces really take things up a notch!  

Everlane Gathered Drape Trench Coat* (sz XS), Arket tee (sz S), Everlane pants* (sz S – review here), Nicholas Kirkwood flats, Ray Ban sunglasses, Senreve bag* (use this link to have $50USD deducted at checkout)

I managed to get my hot little hands on one of their Gathered Drape Trench Coats (an updated version of their extremely popular Drape Trench Coat).  This style is a single-breasted coat with storm flaps, gathered detail at the shoulders and a high back slit.  It comes with a belt that you can use to cinch in your waist or you can wear it loose for a relaxed A-line silhouette.  I have the Everlane Gathered Drape Trench in the statement black/khaki gingham but it also comes in camel, black and stone.  The print pairs so well with all the neutrals in my wardrobe! I also love how the coat is equally relaxed and polished.  

Size wise, I’m in a size XS and it’s oversized on me.  There’s enough room for me to layer knits when the weather gets cooler and I think it looks great worn loose and belted.  It’s a perfect addition to your wardrobe during the transitional season and a great outerwear option for the office – particularly as we’re seeing a shift away from the fussiness of the pre-pandemic silhouette – less structure, more comfort.  

As always, thanks for stopping by! 

P.S. Read my post about Everlane’s Oversized Italian Wool ’80s Blazer as well as some new bits I picked up from Net-A-Porter!

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