Hello gorgeous sewists! Fall is around the corner FINALLY which means a break from the hooblah of the heat (hopefully). The great thing about fall? Making a new seasonal wardrobe!
Trench coats are pretty awesome jackets that provide a good measure of comfort, class, and cover. Not only that but their design is perfect for the fall season. Depending on the material you make them from they can be light, airy and easy.
Ever wanted to make a trench? I’m giving you 5 patterns you need to go buy right now to get your sew on!
5 Trench Coat Patterns for the Fall Season
1. The Luzerne Trench Coat by Deer and Doe Patterns
The Luzerne is for the cute and classy! Double breasted, unlined and includes princess seams, this jacket is for those who like a form fitting design. But can we talk about that color really quick? It is everything and more and gives this trench a pop of sass!
2. Trench Coat by Burda Style
This Trench gives me mid to late 1900s vibes and I love it. It has an asymmetrical cape vent on the front, and 4 buttons that give a double breasted look. Also lined, this trench coat may be on the harder side, but for a classic look like that.. I’ll take my chances!
3. Gathered Trench Coat by Burda Style
For the more sleek and simple, the Gathered Trench offers an easy silhouette and design but doesn’t slack on beauty and grace. It’s a trench for the girl who’s low maintenance and chill but still stylish.
4. Ulysses Trench Coat by Victory Patterns
The Ulysses is perfect for an autumn breeze. It’s carefree style is made for swinging and having fun. It’s a relaxed fit trench with a rain guard on the back. It’s also unlined but has a neat finishing on the inside. Be sure to make this trench your next closet staple!
5. Isla Trench Coat by Named Clothing
The big mama of all trench coat patterns, this jacket is not for the faint of heart. It’s lined, belted and has welt pockets and more. Its details are what make it classify under “challenging” on their website. However, this trench coat is the only one you’ll ever need since it has EVERYTHING! It has a rain vent, cape design on the front, and again… Pockets!!! Well worth the work and the price if you ask me!
Hope you enjoyed these Trench Coat patterns! What’s your favorite? Share with us below in the comments ❤️