If anything epitomizes fall more than pumpkin spice lattes and crunchy golden-red leaves, it’s the classic flannel. I don’t know about you, but when a brisk autumn day settles in, my go-to outfit is a comfy pair of leggings and my favorite pull-over flannel. Whether you’re dressing for a casual day at the library or hitting Old Town for a night out, this versatile piece of clothing has got your back.
Looking around campus, it’s no doubt that the flannel is a staple in CSU fashion. I found five ladies who broke out their fall flannels for a lazy Sunday on campus.
Health and exercise science sophmore Jenna Kreiling ties her flannel around her waist on a warm, early fall day. Photo by Selena Rodriguez.
Junior cultural anthropology major Clara Oakley was found on the Plaza pairing her flannel with white-wash jeans. Photo by Selena Rodriguez.
Senior engineering science major Krutheeka Rajkumar to embellished her ensemble with a flannel, tied around her waist. Photo by Selena Rodriguez.
Freshman environmental engineering major Amber Cannello pairs her flannel with a tee and jeans inside the LSC. Photo by Selena Rodriguez.
Senior geology major Kayla Neuharth pairs her flannel with a CSU t-shirt on a sunny day outside of the library. Photo by Selena Rodriguez