Starting university, particularly fashion university, has been extremely daunting especially when it comes to what to wear. How does one stand out and look fashionable in a room of people infinitely more fashionable than themselves? I pondered this question for weeks, months, before beginning my course at London College of Fashion, and on several occasions almost threw out my entire wardrobe  full of clothes in a vain attempt to become the image of a fashion student that I had warped in my mind.

The reality was nothing like this, of course, and instead featured last-minute thrown on comfy sweatshirts and culottes,  scraped back unwashed hair and the bare minimum of make-up. The aesthetic across students more than anything seems to be stress and 'oh-shit-I've-slept-in'. That being said, surrounding myself with creative people across different industries has been a fascinating way to gain style inspiration. While my dressing has stayed pretty casual this month I am excited to see where this inspiration may lead in the following terms. These outfits are a sample of what I wore this October, including some of my favourite bits. 

Featuring twice in these images is my new Dazed & Confused x Calvin Klein tee, which after a gruelling early morning and a painful two hour wait I was given for free. My tee features Chloe Sevingy from her 1998, and the vivid warm tones in the image have made it a firm favourite in my autumn wardrobe. I love the tee paired with my Zara leather skirt, and my Misguided mustard suede biker jacket.

Another favourite from my wardrobe this month has been this Asos Roll Neck Ribbed Jumper in a mink/beige tone. Paired with these men's style cigarette trousers it creates the perfect 'smart/casual' vibe that's perfect for a long day in lectures.

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Starting university, particularly fashion university, has been extremely daunting especially when it comes to what to wear. How does one stand out and look fashionable in a room of people infinitely more fashionable than themselves? I pondered this question for weeks, months, before beginning my course at London College of Fashion, and on several occasions almost threw out my entire wardrobe  full of clothes in a vain attempt to become the image of a fashion student that I had warped in my mind.

The reality was nothing like this, of course, and instead featured last-minute thrown on comfy sweatshirts and culottes,  scraped back unwashed hair and the bare minimum of make-up. The aesthetic across students more than anything seems to be stress and 'oh-shit-I've-slept-in'. That being said, surrounding myself with creative people across different industries has been a fascinating way to gain style inspiration. While my dressing has stayed pretty casual this month I am excited to see where this inspiration may lead in the following terms. These outfits are a sample of what I wore this October, including some of my favourite bits. 

Featuring twice in these images is my new Dazed & Confused x Calvin Klein tee, which after a gruelling early morning and a painful two hour wait I was given for free. My tee features Chloe Sevingy from her 1998, and the vivid warm tones in the image have made it a firm favourite in my autumn wardrobe. I love the tee paired with my Zara leather skirt, and my Misguided mustard suede biker jacket.

Another favourite from my wardrobe this month has been this Asos Roll Neck Ribbed Jumper in a mink/beige tone. Paired with these men's style cigarette trousers it creates the perfect 'smart/casual' vibe that's perfect for a long day in lectures.

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