How To Wear Corduroy For AW18

It’s fast shaping up to be the fabric of the season. Here’s how to embrace the CORDUROY trend in the most stylish of ways …


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Along with animal print and all things tweed, AW18’s next unavoidable trend is corduroy. Possibly the most unexpected fabric to make a comeback this season (though we hear tie-dye is on its way for SS18, see Prada, Dior and more…) corduroy is back in a big way. The high street is awash with this seventies favourite since it appeared on the runways of Emilia Wickstead and Roland Mouret among others in the AW18 shows.

Stella McCartneyVictoria Beckham and Isabel Marant set the tone for how to wear it now with their collections; most notably, keep the cord thick-ribbed and ensure blazers are double-breasted. Rich colours like deep navy, oxblood and rust work well for this season, or alternatively, keep it neutral and opt for shades of beige like Pernille Teisbaek’s Mango blazer above. The coolest way to wear it now? Head to toe in a full trouser suit – choose wide leg trousers for full seventies throwback or a straight leg pair for a more modern cut.

Below find the pieces to buy now:

Cropped corduroy trousers, See by Chloé, €260,


Navy workwear blazer and corduroy A-line skirt €79, €125, Cos.

Rust corduroy jacket, €295, Maje.

Pink corduroy double-breasted blazer, €30, and culottes, €16, Penneys.

Oxblood corduroy trousers, €350,

Pink corduroy skirt, Alexachung, €360, Brown Thomas.

Dark blue wide leg corduroy trousers, €89, Arket.

White corduroy blazer, €259,

Síomha Connolly

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