The Collegian
Wednesday, February 01, 2023

Staple fashion pieces in Richmond this fall

Fall is finally here! From the colorful leaves to the chilly temperatures to the anticipation of the holiday season, this time of year brings out the best in everyone -- fashion included.

The chillier, but sunny days give us a chance to bring out our best layered look without having to sacrifice style for warmth just yet. Vests, light jackets or a cozy scarf provide just enough warmth to get across campus while still adding a fashionable element to any outfit!

Some of this year’s best fall trends were spotted around Richmond’s campus, and a few students were excited to have their style featured.

Don’t let the rainy weather dampen your outfit’s mood!

Ashlee Korlach, WC ‘19, pairs her L.L. Bean Boots with a classic J.Crew field jacket and a cozy knit sweater. A statement necklace pulls the look together and the striped umbrella adds just enough fun to the outfit. 

Just add a scarf!

Kristina Rossi, WC ‘18, accessories her simple look with the coziest plaid scarf. Her scarf and flats add a pop of color to her classic outfit. 

Pattern Play!

Alexandra Smith, WC ‘19, embraces the season with her cozy knits. Her patterned cardigan, chunky infinity scarf, and classic riding boots will transition perfectly into the cooler months.

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Keep it Simple!

Anvi Savani, WC ‘19, kept things simple with her slouchy sweater, dark jeans, and leather boots. She accessorized with a trendy fringe bag. This simple outfit is perfect for class, brunch downtown, or a day on campus. 

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