Street Style: Week four

November is here, time to bundle up

This week saw students braving the cold in timeless tartans, statement coats and bold prints. You all looked so chic, keep it up.

Sufyen, Lincoln

Bottle-green turtleneck and co-ordinated leather, what more could you ask for?

Geo, Jesus

The various textures and mismatched lengths are an original take on the staple autumn uniform.

Niall, Merton

‘I woke up like this’ look: nailed.

Alice, St. Peter’s

An oversized fluffy coat and tights take a playsuit from summer to winter.

Jane, Merton

This whole outfit is A+. A girl must have at least one piece in an elegant graphic print.

Jazz and Daniel, Wadham

Ladies and gentlemen, this is how you pull off statement textured coats.

Claudia, Pembroke

Connect the dots: bold print ankle-grazing trousers are the way to go this autumn (Zara has loads)

David, Pembroke

Most Rad Cam-appropriate attire; keeping it traditional with colourful trousers and boat shoes

Ellen, Fran, Ann-Kathrin, Aalia, St. John’s

Club photographers are useless so we’re starting our own coverage of best dressed clubbers: these girls stick to the reliable formula of monochrome, leather and cropped tops

Klara, Lincoln

Klara also updates a trusty autumn combo with unusual textures and prints – we want both the skirt and the boots for ourselves.

Kristin, Exeter

Pattern and bold colour are all over the high street this season and this fab jumper covers both of those trends.

Jordan, Keble

A camel coat instantly elevates and pulls together any outfit.


Photographs 1-4 by Alice Harrett, 5-9 by Robyn Ashley, 10-12 by Lizzy Thompson