The Autumn is here and we all know what that means? We need to start thinking about what trends and fabrics are going to be big this season. The cold weather is soon to sweep in so preparation is key. We all know too well how fast the UK weather can take a turn for the worst, afterall. One the surprise trends that has come to the forefront is the reemergence of corduroy. Corduroy was huge in the 70s and 80s. It is a durable fabric that looked amazing when styles right. Unfortunately, corduroy soon became linked with geography teachers and scientists. Not that there’s anything wrong with either, it’s just that they’re not really known for their fashion prowess. But times change and so do trends. Some of the corduroy styles being included in some designers collections are beautiful. Some of the most highly regarded celebrities in the fashion world have also jumped onboard with the trend. Read on to see how they have been incorporating corduroy into their outfits.
Anything Alexa Chung touches becomes gold in the fashion world. She wore some flared, corduroy trousers in a mustard colour. We can assure you she didn’t look anything like a geography teacher.
Mary-Kate was spotted wearing a boxy corduroy jacket with some leather trousers and a pair of 3 stripe adidas superstars. Go for a beautiful burnt orange coloured corduroy jacket to nail the look.
Keira Knightley has often been spotted wearing corduroy hats. She was spotted wearing a corduroy bucket hat which is a nod to the 90s. She also wore a corduroy fedora hat on the catwalk a few weeks back.
Billie Piper went for a more scaled down approach to the corduroy trend by only incorporated corduroy into her accessories. She wore a beautiful corduroy bag and some corduroy boots recently.