Trench coats need no introduction. We’re obsessed with the Burberry trench coat, like everyone else. There’s something so timeless and sleek about it, we’ve been wanting to add it to our wardrobes for yearsss. It’s not just Burberry that makes a banging trench coat, there’s plenty of other designers that have taken on the challenge of designing a beautiful trench coat. Shop designer trench coats, including the iconic Burberry trench, long trench coats, leather trench coats and wool trench coats on the Whering Marketplace, all thanks to our vintage retail partners, Vestiaire Collective, LAMPOO and Luisa Via Roma. A trench coat, specifically a Burberry trench coat, is a fail safe way to level up your outfit in seconds. Throwing on a trench coat over the top of your outfit is a major vibe. They instantly make you look more put together, sophisticated and stylish. Heading to a job interview, lunch with friends or evening at the theatre? There’s literally no where you can’t rock a trench coat and turn heads, trust us. It can be hard to find a trench coat you love with all the options out there, but don’t worry: we’re making it easy for you. The Whering Marketplace has a range of vintage trench coats including the iconic Burberry trench coat (obvs) and plenty of other trench coats by ethical brands and vintage resale sites. Which trench coat are you going for? It’s safe to say we always opt for a long trench coat. But will you stray from the classic Burberry trench coat to a leather trench coat or a wool trench coat? We would tell you how to style a trench coat, but there’s nothing they don’t go with. A short strappy dress underneath? Yes please. Dressing up the classic jeans and a jumper look with a trench coat? We love that. Pairing a trench coat with chunky trainers is one of our fave easy ways to rock the trench coat. Looking for a leather trench coat? We are obsessed with you and we don’t even know you. A leather trench coat is a serious slay - we suggest buying one second-hand for minimal impact on the earth. Sadly vegan leather is often made from unsustainable micro plastics, so if you’re cool with a second hand dead cow for a coat, vintage leather is the way to go. Even when shopping for trench coats from second hand and from vintage retailers, it’s still super important to make sure you’re buying a trench coat you actually like and you can imagine wearing for years to come. Buying anything when you don’t need it isn’t sustainable, so be sure to download Whering to see and style what you already own to buy that trench coat with confidence!