Wet ‘n Wild: Campus Style

Umbrella in hand, we searched for the best dressed on campus

With the weather taking a turn for the worse, Campus Style took to campus to find those that had remained fashionable despite the downpour. 

Hannah keeps it slick and cool in her black ensemble and we love the fur collar on her coat which adds a glamorous edge to her outfit.

Hannah Shoesmith, Sociology, 3rd Year

Tom has laid back library style going on in this outfit.

A patterned sports jacket can uplift a simple t-shirt and jeans look.

Tom Doughty, Economics, 2nd year

Wrap up warm with a fur coat this season as it adds a touch of glamour to any look.

Yvonne completes the outfit with knee high boots.

Yvonne Conroy, English, 2nd Year

Winter is coming and whilst John Snow is all in black that doesn’t mean your campus style has to be.

Harriet demonstrates this beautifully in her patterned trousers and white cable knit jumper.

Harriet Coe, Economics, 2nd year

Elie’s outfit is a perfect example of sport luxe and her bobble hat is just adorable.

Elie Miansarow, English and American Studies, 1st Year

Layering is the key to warmth and style.

We’re loving Chris’s fisherman hat and jumper.

Chris Milner, English, 2nd Year

The androgynous trend is still at large and Jessica’s take on it is spot on.

The peep-toe boots also give an edge to her overall outfit.

Jessica Tagg, Law with Australian Law, 4th year

By layering her playsuit over tights, Ashlea demonstrates that your summer wardrobe can be seen at all times of year.

Ashlea Hutton, Contemporary Chinese Studies, 3rd Year

We love Maddie’s vintage floral shirt and with her French braid she looks like a uber cool Pippy Longstocking.

Maddie Waktare, English, 2nd Year