The corduroy pinafore

 

Hat, £8, Primark; Top, £15, Uniqlo; Dress, £13, Primark; Tights, Falke; Boots, Topshop

Hailed as the fabric for fall, corduroy is another new season trend that’s been of the 70s resurgence is responsible for.

A wearable alternative to classic denim, corduroy tends to be formatted best in pinafore dresses, minis and love-worn country trousers. This season's styles are re-vamped in warm wine hues and form flattering cuts it’s reinstating itself as a tried-and-tested wardrobe staple.

Rugged, plush and most popular in warm earth tones corduroy adds a visual depth to a look, take inspiration from Kate Moss in her Johnny Depp years by styling a rich-ruby red blazer into your winter wardrobe. Or channel a more muted Glastonbury-ready look of hers by adding skinny brown corduroy jeans into your jean-rota.

Staple grey tees and classic black roll necks off-set corduroy best. I picked up this Bordeaux style from Tottenham Court Road’s Primark and it works equally as well with both.


Whether you’re looking to invest in a style that’ll keep you cosy through the foreseeable winters or a fast-fashion style for this winter, my edit of the best corduroy styles has you covered!


 Blue cord Western Jacket, £59, Topshop; Slim Dungaree, £50, Moto at Topshop; Trousers, £, Dungarees, £50, Marks & Spencer; Otley Cord Mini Skirt, £85, Topshop Unique; Button-front Cord Skirt, £28, Indigo Collection at Marks & Spencer; Pinafore dress, £25.99, Zara
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