Swing Low

Despite today’s 70-degree forecast, I can no longer deny that it is November and coat season is upon us. For the first time in…ever, I am actually excited.


I recently added this Everlane Swing Trench to my closet and couldn’t be happier with my purchase. Everlane is a fantastic company that I am so happy to support–more on them later this week. I can’t say enough good things about my new trench. I spend a lot of time outside for work so I needed something both warm and easy to move around in. I love the color because it is neutral enough to match a variety of outfits, but adds a little something extra to a simple black and white ensemble like this. The material is water resistant without looking like a raincoat, is lightweight, and still very structured. Obviously, I love the “swing” factor and find it pairs nicely with a slim-fitting pant. This weekend we had our first dose of seriously cold weather, and my swing trench was the perfect thing to keep me warm and comfortable while Kim and I spent time exploring in Logan Circle.


Trench: Everlane, Pants: Banana Republic (old, similar here), Top: Zara (similar here), Booties: Nine West (old, similar here)

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9 Responses to Swing Low

  1. Lovely trench coat! Actually looking forward to the colder weather so that it’s boots, jackets and scarf weather!
    Robyn x


  2. ~ Carmen ~ says:

    Trenches are always so awesome & hardcore looking to me. It’s for the true winter goers. I like the short length of yours. :] // itsCarmen.com ☼ ☯


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  4. Brittney says:

    I’ve had my eye on Everlane basics for a while now, but was skeptical as to the quality. I love how your trench is waterproof without looking plastic-y.

    Another Beautiful Thing


    • Almost There says:

      Thanks Brittney! They definitely don’t skimp on the quality. Its durable and I feel safe from the elements (and all of my spills!) but it’s not at all plasticky or like a typical raincoat.



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