Street style: The best dressed in Durham
Put the shorts and flip flops away
Anneli, fresher, Hild Bede, Modern Languages
Anneli is looking super chic in her chunky knit and A-line skirt, making the perfect pairing. We love the sophisticated monochrome look teamed up with leopard print chelsea boots which creates the ideal colour combo and outfit.
Vicky, second year, Hild Bede, Classics
Vicky created this vintage number entirely from charity shop and car boot sale steals. The checkered dress is layered with an oversized jumper and fur-lined, suede coat, making this affordable outfit look priceless. No doubt we’re all jealous of Vicky’s one of a kind, super cute shoes
Anna, second year, Hild Bede, English Lit
Emily’s effortless look is put together with black skinnies and Topshop brogues. The oversized denim shirt complements dark colours and the outfit is finished off with a classic Herschel backpack.
Michaela, Fresher, Collingwood, Psychology
Michaela looks winter ready in her black fur jacket matched with burgundy doc martins. Her patterned scarf and bold print bag add a splash of colour to the predominantly black outfit.
Laura, second year, Van Mildert, History and Art History
Laura is the epitome of vintage chic as she pairs high-waisted, orange cigarette pants with a mustard print shirt. We love everything from the bright coloured lipstick to the rings and bracelets, all stylishly put together to create one of the best outfits in Durham.
Henry, fresher, Hild and Bede, Anthropology
Henry’s pairing of a simple turtleneck with denim shorts proves perfect for a calm, autumnal day. We love the effortlessness of this match which creates a simple and suave look. The Docs give an added grunge feel making this outfit more appropriate for Autumn.
Georgie, fresher, Collingwood, English Lit
Georgie has layered this floaty cardigan with a black A-line skirt creating a sophisticated yet chic look. Her gorgeous ginger hair and simple silver necklace brightens up the monochrome outfit.