Vintage coats and blazer
A trenchcoat is the perfect example of a vintage coat. A trenchcoat reminds of a thick, woollen, double breasted jacket and a waist belt or even a duffle coat. Yet, there are more wonderful vintage coats and blazer available. Of course all vintage models have been inspired by the trenchcoat, but have been given a modern retro look.
Vintage Leopard trenchcoat
Let’s start with the trenchcoat. Yes, indeed, it is a lady’s coat from the previous century. Nowadays, however, ladies still love to wear a half-long trenchcoat covering at least your buttock. The Leopard trenchcoat definitely doesn’t create a decent look, especially if it has a flared bottom such as the Dietrick Leopard trenchcoat, inspired by Marlene Dietrich, one of the many film stars from the fifties.
Checkered vintage coat
There is much more than the trenchcoat. The red, checkered fabric of the Jawbreaker Tartan coat with cute fur lined hood and fur sleeves definitely gives the impression you have been shopping a couple of decades ago or recently visited Russia. Striking and recalcitrant with cute bows. Quite a challenge to wear! You will definitely catch the eye, not only because of this coat’s vintage look.
Gothic or vintage blazer
There are more retro coats and blazers for people who believe the vintage look is way too elegant. In the meantime, Gothic has become part of vintage clothing, mainly because Gothics love to use old clothes to create something new. The star velvet Gothic blazer is a wonderful example. The lace reminds of medieval dresses, yet with back closure. A very cute retro blazer!