Now, before you roll your eyes and imagine some fusty old Geography teacher from the 1980’s just take a little read and look at what AW18 is bringing us in the way of all things corduroy. The texture brings an extra dimension into Winter layering and the soft fabric means you can feel all warm and cosy as well as being subtly fashion fabulous.
High Waist Corduroy Trousers by Marks & Spencer – team these with a chunky knit or shirt and biker jacket for a laid back on trend look. When the weather gets cooler wear these with boots to see you through the season.
Corduroy Jacket by Zara – this oversized “shacket” is a lovely deep blush pink shade. Perfect over floral print dresses as well as over a rollneck and jeans.
Maretta Trousers by Baukjen – I have featured these in my edit of “Brown is the new black” but I love them so much they have made another appearance. Perfectly styled with a cable knit and trainers for an off-duty look.
Corduroy Jacket by Mango – a classic, smart way to wear corduroy. A navy jacket is always a sound piece to add to your wardrobe.
Fine Cord Wide Leg Trousers by Me + Em – I love the cut of these but with Hettie, white is not my friend when it comes to trousers. For those of you with kids who won’t wipe their face/hands on you, these are gorgeous. Winter white always looks fab.
Corduroy Midi Skirt by Anna Mason – a little bit ’70’s in vibe, this skirt would look perfect with a black of=r burgundy rollneck and black knee high boots.
Corduroy Dungarees by Hush – dungarees aren’t for everyone but being in corduroy, these are a smarter option than a denim pair and team with a floaty blouse for a different take on a mum uniform staple.
Fine Corduroy Shirt by Zara – the chalky pink slim shirt would look good with black or burgundy.
Patti Jumpsuit by Rock The Jumpsuit – more wearable than you might first think. Worn with trainers and a gilet for a daytime look or silver boots and a smokey eye to hit the dance floor!