Everlane Dropped A New Trench Coat You'll Want To 'Drape' Yourself In

Introducing Everlane's twist on the always trendy trench coat.

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This trench is as classic as it gets.
This trench is as classic as it gets.

It’s almost time to spring forward (PSA: Set your clocks an hour early this weekend!), put away your puffers and dust off your sandals.

While you might be over pastels with no panache and the flood of florals that are expected every spring, some staples never go out of style, including the always trendy trench coat.

As we start the transition between the frost of March and the flowers of May, you’ll want a lightweight coat that you won’t be sweaty in but will help you brace the wind.

Whether it’s a taffeta trench from Burberry or a top-rated one from Amazon, you’ll probably want a coat that you can wear season after season.

If you’ve been eyeing trench coats, trying to find the right one, there’s good news coming out from the commerce world this week: Everlane just debuted a trench coat that’s under $150.

The trench coat comes in two different colors: clay (left) and sandstone (right).
The trench coat comes in two different colors: clay (left) and sandstone (right).

The Drape Trench, which was released Thursday, is $148 and has all the details you would expect from a traditional trench — including double-breasted buttons, a big collar and lapels, and side pockets — but with an oversized fit that Everlane says is “for an of-the-moment-look.”

The coat comes in two colors: clay, which is a dark beige, and sandstone, which is an off-white shade.The coat comes in sizes XXS to XL, but the XXS is already sold out in both hues.

The trench is meant to be lightweight and breathable because it’s made from lyocell ― a plant-based fabric that’s supposed to be sustainable ― and cotton.

Everlane previously sold a different Drape Trench that isn’t available anymore, and it also sells the Modern Trench Coat, which currently has almost 500 reviews.

The brand has been dropping a lot of new products lately, including unveiling the unisex Court Sneaker and debuting the Cheeky Straight Corduroy Pant, which have been a favorite with HuffPost readers.

With its clean lines and simple shape, this coat will probably go with most of the clothes in your closet, from a light sweater to a T-shirt.

Stay stylish, readers.