12 Celebrity Trench Coat Outfit Ideas To Try For Fall

You’ll have a renewed appreciation for the piece.


Tracee Ellis Ross

“Ugly,” dadcore sneakers remain one of the most polarizing trends circulating within fashion (you either love them or you really don’t). Here, Ross makes a solid case for the chunky shoe when she paired hers with a plaid trench coat for a relaxed look.RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images

Hailey Bieber

Bieber is a master of trench coat outfits. Case in point: her emerald green Staud leather coat, which she paired with neutral basics. Tap into her effortless vibe by styling a leather trench in an eye-popping hue with pared-back items like a white tank and jeans.BG002/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images

Katie Holmes

A printed trench coat makes for an impactful hero piece in your cold-weather outfit rotation. Holmes loves her Khaite mustard-colored plaid coat.Gotham/GC Images

Kim Kardashian

A leather trench is always a good investment piece. It’ll even make your athleisure ensemble feel elevated.BG002/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images


Do you have an upcoming, fancy-ish occasion to attend and feel like pulling out a lewk? Take a cue from RiRi and opt for a satin trench coat dress. Hers was designed by Riccardo Tisci for Burberry.@badgalriri

Angelina Jolie

At this point, trench coats are practically synonymous with Jolie’s style, so she certainly has a few pointers for styling the garment. Follow her lead and carry an oversized, structured tote with your trench.Marc Piasecki/GC Images

Priyanka Chopra

To add some eccentric flair to a predominantly khaki trench coat outfit, throw on a statement pair of orange-colored sunglasses, as Chopra did, here.Gotham/GC Images

Cardi B

Designer label queen Cardi B paired her monogrammed Louis Vuitton leather trench coat with matching logo accessories. If you don’t own three pieces from the luxury house, fear not: recreate the look with any trench coat in a bold logo print.@iamcardib

Jennifer Lopez

For those who love a craftcore moment, try a trench with written elements like Lopez’s Coach number from the American fashion house’s Jean-Michel Basquiat collection.Robert Kamau/GC Images

Alexa Chung

If you’re drawn to the iconic design elements of a trench — a lapel, a row of buttons, and a cinched belt — but want to experiment with texture, choose a coat in an unconventional material like Alexa Chung’s pink tulle number by Simone Rocha. Christian Vierig/Getty Images

Meghan Markle

For a more casual and relaxed look, roll up the sleeves of your trench. Here, Markle wore a style from Martin Grant.Paul Edwards - Pool/Getty Images

Kourtney Kardashian

Colorblocking is a foolproof way to make any garment feel unexpected and inventive (plus, it’s currently having a major moment). Look to Kardashian's graphic black and white number for further inspo.Adrian Edwards/GC Images

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