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As we enter the twilight stages of fall, coats, hats, knits, boots, and patterned scarves are yet again broken out of our closets. This year, Princeton student’s distinctive earth-toned east coast fashion features the increased prominence of bomber jackets, rapper x sneaker company collaborations, and monochromatic statement coats, as well as the continuation of the well-loved “shoelace” choker trend.

Here’s to dealing with the crippling cold in the hottest style.

Jonny Hopcroft '20

Hopcroft pairs his tan bomber jacket from Asos and light pink tee. He accessories with a necklace his grandmother gave him for his 18th birthday before leaving England and a pair of suede Italian loafers.

MC Otani '20

Otani streamlines her monochromatic look with an open front draped cardigan from Zara Japan.

Jhor van der Horst '19

Van der Horst embodies cozy East Coast fashion with a button-up under a grey sweater, knitted olive cardigan, and plaid scarf.

Juliet Wolf GS (first-year grad student)

Wolf puts a twist on the old and the modern by pairing a vintage cap with a chic black trench coat. She accessories with a circle scarf, a thin gold chain, and a lapel pin from Diagonal Press.

Amanda Morrison '19

Morrison brings a hint of warmer times back with a light, gauzy pink blouse form Bohme Boutique and an on-trend lavender suede choker to tie her look together.

Henry Zheng '19

Zheng incorporates urban street style into his look with an embroidered olive bomber from Undercover and a pair of Kendrick Lamar x Reebok Red Blue Ventilators.

Elizabeth Yu '19

Yu also incorporates street style into her outfit by pairing a denim jacket from Zara with FENTY Puma x Rihanna suede creepers.

Janette Lu '20

Lu pairs a beige trench coat with ripped denim, platform boots, and a statement black and white scarf from Zara.

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