Princess Eugenie Just Nailed Transitional Dressing with This Chic Spring Trench

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Kensington Palace palette cleanser: Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall had the cutest cousin date this week, stepping out together for a horse racing event in Gloucestershire. Sure, all eyes were on races—but we are obsessed with Eugenie’s stunning and all-white belted trench coat from Reiss ($560). The good news? You can still nab it.

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Reiss Etta Belted Trench Coat

The Reiss style—called the Etta—is particularly appealing when it comes to navigating transitional weather dressing in that the coat comes in a mid-weight that’s lined for warmth. It also can be worn buttoned or belted, which makes it quite versatile. On Eugenie in particular, what stood out to us was the gorgeous draping. It even comes with pockets.

$560 at Reiss

If $560 is a bit beyond your price range, we get it—which is why we’ve sourced a few comparable options below.

Banana Republic Factory Linen-Blend Trench Coat

Banana Republic Factory

We love that it matches Eugenie’s midi length.

$240; $144 at Banana Republic Factory

Babaton Cultivate Trench Coat

Babaton

This one doesn’t have a belt, but it’s equally drapey and chic.

$298 at Aritizia

Amazon Women’s Trench Coat

Amazon

The white hue mirrors Eugenie’s style while the silhouette is a forever classic.

$80 at amazon

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More about Cheltenham: Eugenie’s cousin—and Princess Anne’s daughter—Zara was named the Cheltenham Racecourse director in 2020, which makes the festival a big deal on the royal calendar. In addition to Eugenie, more royals turned out to support: Zara’s husband Mike Tindall was there, as was Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank. (Even Queen Camilla turned up later in the day.)

Who’s ready for the season of transitional dressing? With a coat as chic as this in our wardrobe, we certainly are.

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