We’re not saying that retail therapy is for sure going to bring you out of this fog of weather-related depression, but it’s worth a shot. Here’s ten trench coats and rain jackets that’ll keep you dry and maybe even lift your spirits.
The water-resistant fabric will keep you dry while the cinched waist will make you look put-together. Michael Kors elongated utility jacket, $198 at Nordstrom.
This asymmetrical gold zipper gives this trench silhouette a twist. Belted zip trench coat in water-resistant cotton, $198 at J. Crew.
This classic trench is water-repellant and neutral enough to go with just about any look. Water repellant trench coat, $129 at Zara.
There’s no reason a little rain should ruin a perfectly good outfit. Let your look shine through in this clear jacket. Glamorous Festival Raincoat, $97 at Asos.
A trench that you can wear all spring, and the fact that it comes with a hood means you’ll never have to deal with damp hair. Via Spiga “Scarpa” trench coat, $198 at Nordstrom.
A cute striped rain jacket that’s a little more playful than your typical tan trench. Joules Coast jacket, $158 at Garnet Hill.
With zippers in place of buttons and a black mesh accent, this trench is a little sportier than your typical model. Marc New York “Vanessa” rain jacket, $180 at Bloomingdale’s.
A water-repellant coating on this coat—and the fact that it collapses into a carrying pouch—will make it a perfect addition to any outdoor adventures this spring. Light pocketable long parka, $49.90 at Uniqlo.
You’ll appreciate how this thigh-length jacket keeps you dry—and how easy it is to stuff in your tote once the weather clears. Calvin Klein packable anorak, $129 at Lord & Taylor.
This lightweight spring jacket comes in five shades and it has adjustable sleeve lengths. Ellen Tracy “Techno” short trench coat, $180 at Nordstrom.