I’ve been to Central Park on a few accounts, of course, seen it in a dozen of movies, but I had never ventured to NYC’s largest park in the fall. The leaves were absolutely stunning – it was autumn in overload. To show off corduroy’s versatility, I’m sporting two very different looks in Central Park featuring corduroy. This first outfit I’m wearing was made to be rocked in the park on this fall day. I’m comfortable and pretty cozy in this get-up and love how these rusty corduroys steal the show. I’m wearing the Adrien Easy Slim Corduroy from 7 for all Mankind in Teak, or a rusty amber. It’s an ultra-soft corduroy and thin enough so that I wasn’t overheating. The was on this pair of pants definitely has a laid-back and modern look and feel. I love how great this color is for fall. I threw on the Clifton Wool Blend Knit Jacket from Robert Barakett. It’s a nice piece that’s a mix of a cardigan and blazer, featuring a notch-collar. The boots are from Todd Snyder x Cole Haan’s Courtland Boot from last season. They really brought this whole outfit together and are one of the most comfortable leather boots I have.
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A more casual and edgier look than the previous, this one has New York written all over it. A super-soft henley underneath a pretty simple black denim jacket from Need Supply’s own brand, NEED. I’m rocking the all-black Adrien Slim-fit Corduroys in Onyx, also from 7 for all Mankind. I love how these pants sit and think they’re a great alternative to black denim. Some white shoes to create a little contrast & pop! Shop this look:
Photography by Cheralee Lyle