On campuses everywhere, the fall is an amazing time every year for fashion. People definitely get to take more chances with their outfits since it’s still warm, but there’s definitely a mixture of fall style amidst it all. If there’s one thing I have been obsessed with seeing, it’s a great tunic top. Multiple lengths, multiple different stylings and each one I’ve seen has been better than the last.
Taking inspiration from Chloé’s pre-fall 2015 collection, I decided to combine both trendy styles and common Illinois looks that have been around for ages. I stayed within the color palate, using a fall-gray color for my tunic top. Letting this top play with my silhouette, I decided to pair it with olive green, high-waisted jeans. I did this instead of wearing it as a belted dress, like the tunic top seen on the Chloé runway, as it is definitely a lot more chilly than usual. This top is extremely versatile in anyone’s closet and can go from a belted, more dressed up look to a more casual look, like the one I decided to rock for campus.
In order to top this look off, I decided to use Wheat Timberlands, a staple city-classic, which made this look a lot more casual and city-inspired. I also decided to use gold earrings and rings, as olive-green tends to pair a lot better with gold on outfits. I did this instead of throwing on a necklace to allow the tunic top to work as a statement piece and allow the jewelry to be it’s own entity.