When people think of trench coats, they may think of the standard beige or tan models. These are classics, but sometimes we want to break out from the norm. Trench coats now come in a variety of colors: less neutral, brighter colors that are as suitable for a sunny and brisk spring day as a foggy autumn night. Once you’ve opted for light pink as a color, you’ll then have to decide on a length and a style of trench coat.
Here are two that look pretty similar, my favorite being the Zicac model on the left simply because of the ash-pink color:
Light pink trench coats pictured:
Left: Zicac Fashionable Elegant Lady Women Double-Breasted Long Trench Jacket Scarf Coat Outwear Windcoat with A Free Gift
Right: LANHUACAO Women Wool Blends Coat Slim Trench Winter Coat Long Jacket Outwear
Of course, you will have fewer options available to you than if you went with a more standard color, but you should be able to find 3/4 or full length coats in pink, with a variety of belt styles. Light pink works great when combined with gray or black, beige, and even certain shades of green. Unless you really want to stand out from the crowd, though, you should not overdo it when it comes to pink.
A few more examples – notice how the Charex model on the far left seems to be the exact same as the Lanhuacao model above.
1- CHAREX Women Wool Blends Coat Slim Trench Winter Coat Long Jacket Outwear
2- Fancy Dress Store Women’s Korean Slim Fit Trench Jacket with Belt
3- Vangood Pink Hooded Long Sleeve Polka Dot Belt Trench Coat
4- Gracious Girl Women’s Sabyna Fleece Lined Hooded Trench Coat, parfait pink
The lighter the pink, or the more muted, the easier it will be to match up with other colors. If you go for neon pink or hot pink, you would probably want to avoid anything but black and white when it comes to the rest of your clothing. Another color could easily create a clashing effect. The length of your coat may be a purely fashion-based choice, but be aware that the longer models should keep your legs warmer, as well as protect your pants from the rain. A shorter coat may not keep you as warm, but it will give you more freedom of movement. Then there are options like hoods, number of pockets, double or single-breasted, zippers, collar style, and so on. Many people love pink, but they may not want to wear a coat of that color. Still, if they are careful about what they wear under it, there is no reason why they can’t wear their pink coat proudly, and look great doing it.