FALLing Into Style

Students prepare autumn wardrobes

Kaitlin Yu, Co-editor in chief

The days are slowly — ever so slowly — getting colder, so here are some new fashion trends to inspire you to dress well and comfortably for the weather.


OVERALLSOveralls

Shorter overalls — or shortalls — can be worn for hotter days, while longer overalls — or overall pants — can be worn for more chilly days. If you’re feeling confident and bold, go with some leather ones.
Pair with: a crop top, mock neck/turtleneck, a T-shirt or a long-sleeved shirt.Bomber jacket

BOMBER JACKETS

Combat the winter temperatures inside the school by wearing a comfortable and fashionable bomber jacket. Go old-school with a vintage jacket, and add some personality to it by sewing on patches of your choice. If you need any more convincing that this trend is in right now, then look to Kanye and his Adidas line bomber jacket which costs only $1,490.
Pair with: any T-shirt, skinny jeans, joggers, sneakers or combat boots.

Suede skirtSUEDE SKIRT

Bring back the ’70s with this versatile trend. This traditional thigh-length skirt can be dressed up or dressed down, but you could also go with with ankle-length or fringed skirts. You can style corduroy skirts in the same way.Baggy trousers
Pair with: a sweater, a blouse, a long-sleeved crop top, a denim jacket with a light skirt, combat boots or ankle boots.

 

BAGGY TROUSERS

Baggy trousers are a good way to feel comfortable while also looking proper. Contrast dark trousers with light tops or vice versa. This trend can look casual or formal, depending on how you dress it.
Pair with: any T-shirt, long-sleeved shirt, sneakers or loafers.