With New York Fashion Week over, the newest fall fashion trends have just dropped.
Although campus fashion may be different from what might be considered runway fashion, it tends to have its own staple pieces and styles.
“It’s a school of 50,000 people, so you see a lot of different styles on campus,” said VIM magazine editor-in-chief Anna Traver. “That’s what I love about fashion… Everyone (has) their own unique. style.”
MSU, Traver said, is a very trendy campus as a whole
As the weather turns colder, warmer clothing will soon start coming out of students’ closets.
“We’re trying to find a way to transition the customer from their summer clothes to their fall clothes, and denim is what we’re really looking at,” said fashion industry worker Shira Solomon. “Truly reinventing denim jackets.”
Traver said oversized, oversized jackets, especially those that are ribbed or embellished, will remain in style this year.
Journalism sophomore Lexi Roberts also agreed that jerseys and jeans will be popular this fall.
“I think the ’90s trend is going to continue, so I think we’re going to see a lot of cropped sweaters with mom jeans,” Traver said. “One big thing I noticed coming back is the tall boots.”
These trends were gaining traction last cold weather season, but are now growing in popularity.
“I think we’re going to start seeing a lot more cargo pants going around,” psychology sophomore Ella Wagner said. “Probably baggy jeans with a tight long-sleeved top. I feel like a lot of people base their trends off of Hailey Bieber and she always wears that.”
In general, campus fashion takes a different approach compared to off-campus fashion, mainly for the sake of comfort.
Wagner said people like to take the “comfortable route.” Others, she said, wear jeans and a comfortable neutral-colored sweater to look more put together.
However, Roberts said the real trend for this season is what feels good.
“Take a risk, spice it up,” Roberts said. “Look good, feel good – that’s a big deal.”
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