7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Looks just like the photo,
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This review is from: Calvin Klein Women's Zip Out Double Breasted Trench Coat (Apparel)
It's a little tight up top and not quite roomy enough in the hips but it's pretty. Don't know how rainproof it is yet because I haven't tested it in the rain.
The lining doesn't appear to be very warm, but this is for rain, not snow, and if you're on the thin side there will be room for a sweater under it. Or, you could wear a sweater dress . . . If you're any larger than a DD up top, this is not for you. It's a squeeze for me at that size but I can get away with it. The khaki color is a warm beige, more on the camel side than the greenish side of tan. If you like trench coats, you will like this. It is not stiff or heavy fabric though . . . rather light weight. And it's pretty short, too -- no doubt because most folks will wear it with pants. The proportion would be off if it were longer, so the short length works. However, if the rain comes in from the side, then your pants legs will be all wet. The pockets are a must and a given, and they're there . . . what would you expect? What else should I tell you? The fabric is nice. It looks classy. As you can see, it is not a double-breasted trench coat, and so it doesn't have that extra warmth in front. Then again, it isn't as boxy looking as a double-breasted trench can be. Also the collar -- wide as it is -- does NOT have a loop and button on it, so that you can close it if it really gets cold and rainy. You'll have to either add one yourself, or make sure you don't leave without a heavy scarf to keep your neck warm. And yes, that might interfere with the look -- but -- Calvin asked for it by not putting a button and loop up there. If you're going to need a coat, for Pete's sake, you want to be able to be warm if it gets cold! Anyway, for looks it gets a 5, but I'm taking off a point for everything else I just pointed out. Still and all, you'll ike it.