Out with the old, in with the new. What is so last year? What’s taking over high schooler’s closets this year? Don’t worry, CCHS has you filled in with all the trends and everything that’s old news.
“Short shorts are a definite no-no during the fall,” sophomore Jaycee Kelley said. She does feel like shades of brown are a must.
“I like oversized, XL, men’s department sweaters during the fall,” junior Anna VerBurg said. “I think guys should dress up more because a lot don’t.”
“Every guy and girl should have a red flannel during the fall,” senior Isaac Hamilton said. “And the tucking in of the sweatpants should never ever happen again.”
“I love to wear Obey sweatshirts when it’s chilly out,” senior Diego Valeriano said. “Girls would look good in not just one, but two gold chains.”
“I like to eat fruit, in my fruity button down, because I’m a fruity person,” sophomore Keaton Wilkerson said.
For some people, sweaters, scarves and button downs aren’t everything during the fall. Pants, shoes, and accessories are the bees-knees.
“I don’t want to see anyone wearing extremely high top shoes,” senior Seth Thompson said. “I do want to see more people wearing khakis because it will make them look cooler.”
“I like getting back into the swing of things and wearing pants, now especially since I am so skinny,” sophomore Trey Hladky said. “I usually see girls wearing leggings and Rue 21 t-shirts.”
“Those flipping joggers and those flipping bucket hats are so last year,” sophomore Jayd Culey said. “Fall fashion should focus more on cloaks and tunics this year.”
“I’m excited for cozy white-girl boots, sweater weather, and pumpkin spice lattes,” junior Josh Kuhbacher said. “However, sparkly Uggs are acceptable…if you’re in 5th grade.”
“Pumpkin spice lattes aren’t even that good,” junior Cody Hazel said. “I like wearing Burton hoodies during fall to get ready for the snow-boarding season.”
“Boots, boots, boots, and maybe a sweater here and there,” junior Jenna Plessner said.
Not all are in the full-fall-fashion mode.
“Honestly, I spend more money on socks than clothes when I go school shopping,” junior Hannah Fiester said.
“I have no fashion sense, but I love everything Versace,” junior Kyler Hernandez said.
Fashion isn’t always about the students the CCHS faculty needs advice also.
“Teachers should look professional, but still wear bright colors to come across as more cheerful, and happy,” Math teacher Dan Hays said.
Hladky also added that it’s not acceptable for teachers to wear anything a teenager would wear during the fall, or anytime of the year.
Sometimes not everyone has an eye out for what looks professional, or is in season.
“If it was my choice, I would just wear my birthday suit during the fall,” junior Luke Molder said. “I think more girls should wear bandanas,” junior Luke Molder said.
“The best thing to buy during fall is an ascot,” senior Jeremy Settelmeyer said, “Its the hottest thing of 2k15.”
No matter what you’re wearing this fall, CCHS has you covered on all wardrobe catastrophes, and masterpieces.