Saints on the street: spring St Andrews girls


As winter comes to a close, St Andrews faces two differing types of weather: biting wind, or springtime sun. Although sunshine is a welcome change, dressing for indecisive weather can be a challenge. Thankfully, The Saint found these four St Andrews girls who were not only practically dressed, but also possessed their own individual flair.

1. A-line Coat

Caroline McWilliams, Modern History & French
The A-line coat is a great way to keep warm. The sophisticated cut and pastel colour makes Carole stand out from other students on Market Street. To finish her look, the bright pink gloves coincide with her practical yet ladylike look. To maintain the class of this vintage look, Caroline opts for black layers underneath her coat.

Photo: Stephanie Irwin

2. Colour & Edgy Accessories

Loren Ewart, English & Comparative Literature

Alongside her army green coat, Loren sports colourful accents, which takes his look from simple to hip. In particular, her playful eBay acquired Doc Martens add warmth and edge, all the while coordinating with her yellow sweater. To finish her look, Loren opts for a large vintage scarf.

Photo: Stephanie Irwin

3. Normcore

Jessi Landis, English

Keeping with current sportswear trends, Jessi layers a Patagonia fleece under a Carhartt inspired jacket. For an unexpected addition, the red glasses add a refreshing dose of colour.

Photo: Stephanie Irwin

4. Cool Cuts 

Pernille, Biology

For monochrome enthusiasts, angled cuts are an effortless way to avoid a generic look. The angled cut of the coat is modern, yet cozy. Additionally, the simple scarf and beanie coordinate with this modernity. For an unexpected addition, her white trainers are spring appropriate, and add lightness to her outfit.

Photo: Stephanie Irwin


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