The Sézane trench coat was on my list of items to buy for the fall last year. After not buying much for the past two years during the pandemic, I needed a wardrobe update. I had the J.Crew trench which is great, but I had my eyes on this one from Sézane. During my fall girl’s trip to Paris, I had the opportunity to shop in the store and pick one up in person.
At the time of this post, the trench is $305. It is an investment piece that you will wear for years. I purchased mine in October and I have found every chance to wear it. A lot of people assume a trench coat is for rainy days only. It can be worn as a coat for the fall or spring on cooler sunny days as well. This is the trend I saw throughout Paris.
The sizing is true to size and I took my normal size four. If you are ordering the trench coat online, you can order two sizes and return the size that doesn’t work for you. Sézane has a great and easy return policy. You can just pop the items you don’t want back into the original box and put the return sticker on the outside. Your account will be credited back once the item is returned.
There is a time limit to the return so make sure to return it within that time period. If you spend over $200, the shipping is free and if you purchase the coat, that will cover the amount.
Try the trench coat on with sweaters underneath and make sure you can close it comfortably. This is important when finding the right fit.
There are also adorable button details going down the back of the jacket over the butt area. Make sure this doesn’t pucker out if you are checking the correct size.
I have the original camel color but it also comes in navy (my second choice) and a khaki color as well. The trench coat is part of their essential collection and will be restocked at different times. If the coat is sold out online, keep your eye out or sign up for an alert for when it is back in stock.
In the fall months, you can wear it with a sweater, jeans, and ballet flats as seen here.
The Sézane trench is a great Parisian wardrobe staple. I hope you love yours as much as I love mine.
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