With the new fashion season rapidly approaching and no longer in the lockdown era, it’s time to trade in your joggers in favour of something a little trendier. Do you want to make a new fashion statement by wearing something trendy and eye-catching on campus? It’s time to blend these current trends with your unique flair.
Wearing bold colours doesn’t stop in the summer; it continues into the winter, so don’t be afraid to break up your basic dark tones with a flash of vivid colour; this will catch the attention of passers-by. Warm yellow, grass green, golden brown, and blush tones are all the rage right now!
Denim is a year-round wardrobe staple for everyone, but it works especially well as the focal focus of your fall and winter ensembles. Larger silhouettes are trending this season, so layer slouchy jeans or an oversized denim jacket over chunky knitwear.
Bring out your favourite knitwear. To improve your knit game, try embroidered knits with unusual fruit motifs, bulky forms, and vibrant colours, or a cardigan and knit top matching combination. For a more dressed-up look, layer a cropped sweater vest over a button-down shirt; this will elevate your outfit. Remember that comfort is important as a student, so a big slouchy sweater is ideal to throw on if you’re rushing to a lecture.
Layer, Layer, Layer
Layering is essential for the autumn/winter season since it keeps you warm, offers you a unique style, and allows you to mix and match pieces in your wardrobe to make them all work together. Adding a variety of textures can elevate an outfit. To mention a few, cotton with denim, silk with knitwear, and leather with cashmere are all great combinations. Don’t be afraid to mix and match different layers, such as button-down shirts and chunky knit sweaters, to show off your new fashion style.
As the weather begins to cool, you may want to invest in some cosy basic coats. Faux fur coats are fashionable, warm and come in a variety of designs. Cropped puffer jackets are helpful and fashionable for chilly autumn/winter days, and they are easy to find. If you prefer a longer garment, try out a trench coat, which is ideal for windy and wet days.
The Classic LBD
If you want a more classic look, stick to simple all-black ensembles! This is a long-lasting option that we’re sure you all have in your closet. Make an effort to mix up the shapes and silhouettes. Combining a bulky or loose-fitting top with shapely, tighter-fitting pants, for example, or vice versa. This makes your ensemble more fascinating and appealing to the eye.
Pay attention to details
To make a statement, add patterned tights, a sleek wristwatch or eye-catching earrings. These small elements can take an everyday look and turn it into something fun and jazzy, perfect for a night out on the town. Tights are useful, but patterned tights provide texture to an outfit and draw attention to your appearance. They go well with chunky boots and keep you warm and protected from the chill of autumn and winter.
We Are Going Out, Out
It’s almost party season, so get in the mood by donning some out-of-the-ordinary attire. So imagine sequins and glitter from head to toe. Flares for the roaring twenties and mini-skirts for dancing wild and free. This year, it’s time to go all out.
New Fashion | Platforms, Flatforms and Chunky boots
Put your feet in some weather-appropriate footwear. The chunkier the better in the winter months to keep your feet warm and grip on the ground on slick days. Boots are both functional and fashionable, which is ideal for a busy student who is constantly on the move!
Experiment with these trends and incorporate them into your style to stand out at university, but only if you’re confident you’ll wear them. Keep your cost per wear in mind when purchasing autumn and winter clothes, as this may help you save money in the long term, which is especially important if you are a student.