Dhini’s perfect spring trench

Crisp sunshine, vibrant blooms, playful wardrobe; spring is momentous for its art of seduction. As much as a trench coat is conceded as a best friend for winter, there’s no reason why it can’t slip through the warmer months. Especially when it circles around the core spring 2011 trends and gets a refreshing twist in its fabrication and cut.

Dhini‘s spring 2011 collection features one such cleverly designed spring trench made with 100% lightweight silk. The intriguing concept of sheer panels gliding vertically along the side of the body makes the look cheeky and fun. The plunging neckline, silk belt and feminine silhouette are held charge for making this elegant trench-dress a wearable classic. But a sturdy collar and contrasting wrist straps reaffirm its position as a serious trench.

dhini spring 2011 trench coat

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Dhini S/S '11 Floating Trench
Dhini S/S '11 Floating Trench
Dhini S/S '11 Floating Trench
Dhini S/S '11 Floating Trench
Dhini S/S '11 Floating Trench

For the daring lot, it’s best worn as a stand-alone outfit teamed with lacy lingerie, but the non-adventurous kind may adhere to its literal meaning and wear it just as a ‘coat’.

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Shitika Anand is a freelance journalist, based in Sydney, who is addicted to coffee, vintage boutiques, bright-glitzy earrings and British stand-up comedy. Her bank account weeps every time she walks out of a shoe shop, but her shoe rack throws a 'welcome home' party for the new member. Her undying love for words is obvious when she narrates her entire life story to a stranger on the train. Which is partly the reason she's resorted to writing. When not blogging, she can be found in a corner of her nearest bookshop, hiding under a monstrous pile of international fashion magazines. You can read more of her work on her personal site, Sweet Dreams in my world.