With spring time just around the corner, my wardrobe shifts from bundled-up scarves to jumpers and wide leg pants. There’s always a refreshing feeling on campus as well: students out and about, enjoying the sun and strutting fresh fashion trends.
Taking inspiration from Alexander Wang’s fall 2016 ready-to-wear collection, I tapped into the ’70s vibes and grabbed my favorite corduroy jumpsuit, a piece that transitions beautifully from winter to spring. This collection leans more toward the edgier side: bold pieces that are simple, but give off a classy vibe.
My outfit included a maroon corduroy jumpsuit, which I layered over top a simple long sleeve black scoop neck. This jumpsuit is next level comfort: with the pencil skirt aspect to it, you don’t have to worry about any wind malfunctions.
Next, I added a white cropped cardigan. This contrast helped brighten up my look, and is good to have in case the weather suddenly changes (Ohio is more than used to that). To finish up my look, my favorite pair of black booties—which literally go with anything—gave it a classy appeal.
I kept my hair and makeup simple for this look, using Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette, which worked perfectly with the maroon tones from my jumpsuit.
Whether you’re going to class, coffee, or brunch with your Guru Gang, corduroy is making a comeback for all seasons.