This fall it’s all about the earth tones. Clothes this season are inspired by the rich, deep tones that are visible on the changing tress of University Park. Flashes of bling or a bright colors balance subdued tones like hunter green, plum purple or coffee brown. Multicolored plaids and hunter green military jackets are ruling the streets of State College. Valley has caught a few well-dressed street-goers rocking this fall’s trends.
Major: Advertising, Art History Minor
Personal Style: West coast fashion—a lot of gold and a lot of bling.
Maloney was spotted rocking a hunter green bomber jacket, graphic tee, skinny dark wash jeans and studded loafer flats. To offset the subdued colors, she added some gold chains, a white leather tote and silver rimmed Ray-Bans. She displayed the perfect combination of casual daytime clothes with edgy, sparkly accessories.
Visiting from Philadelphia
Personal Style: Philly hesh punk mixed with skateboarding and plant life of the Northeast
Polyakov was walking down North Barnard Street dressed in a wool plaid jacket, cropped khakis and sneaker boots. The colors in his jacket resembled those of bright fall leaves. The neutral color of his khakis and shoes served as a fashionable balance to the coat. Polyakov topped off his interesting look with oversized gradient specs. The cropped pants trend isn’t only for girls. Guys, you too can pull it off like Polyakov.
Personal Style: Punky feminine, goth style
Drabick was crossing Atherton Street on her way to class sporting a hunter green trench military jacket, a fully buttoned up black blouse paired with a black circle skirt. Prepared for the fall breeze, she added knee-high black socks and cool, black Doc Marten boots. Though Drabick is only sporting two different colors, she pulled of the fall trends by mixing a dark monotone outfit with the military jacket. Her bright hair also adds some lightness to the look.
Photos taken by Anna Marmorstein