How To Cute Up Your Corduroy

Mandy Carr Oct 26, 2022

The 70s corduroy trend is back and it’s the perfect fabric for fall and winter

It adds texture and feels cozy, as well as super stylish too. From A-listers to influencers, and even royalty, corduroy is having a moment, and for good reason, it’s one of those fabrics that looks great on everyone.

A versatile fabric, while pants are a popular way to weave corduroy into your look, there’s so much more you can do with this trend. If you’re looking for major retro vibes, check out iconic actress Diane Keaton in the ‘70s. She loved wearing head-to-toe corduroy. To channel her style, wear a corduroy suit paired with a graphic or logo tee. You can also work it with a solid shirt for a more professional setting.

Another way to style your corduroy is by working a matching jacket and skirt set with a plain shirt underneath, paired with the Half Pint backpack in Misty Rose—a cute creamy pink hued bag that works with any corduroy look. Finish it off with ankle boots and a necklace.

If matching sets aren’t your jam, try pairing your corduroy backpack with a leather jacket or blazer over high-waisted mom jeans. Adding in that splash of texture with your accessorizing will help you nail the trend without trying too hard.

For a more low-key take on the corduroy trend, keep things simple but chic with the Travertin Corduroy Fifth Avenue fanny pack, topping just about any look, and a paired with your favorite boots or sneakers.

Men can also get in on this ‘70s trend. Try opting for a pair of corduroy pants or a jacket to add texture and character to your look. Keep it simple, don’t clash colors or fabrics—unless you really want to that is. You could even wear a corduroy suit with straight-leg pants—like Harry Styles. It screams suave. Don’t forget your dress shoes for this look.

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