Colored Corduroys

Red Corduroys and Black Hunter Boots | Miss Madeline RoseRed Corduroy Pants and Hunter Boots | Miss Madeline Rose

Winter Outfit | Miss Madeline Rose

Blanket Scarf and Hunter Boots | Miss Madeline RoseBlack Hunter Boots | Miss Madeline Rose

Lakeside Park, Highland Park in Dallas

Winter Outfit Idea | Miss Madeline RoseRed Corduroy Skinny Pants | Miss Madeline Rose

Navy and White Striped Scarf | Miss Madeline Rose

Hunter Boots and Fedora Hat | Miss Madeline RoseStriped Scarf and Hunter Boots | Miss Madeline Rose

Hunter Boots and Skinny Jeans | Miss Madeline Rose

A.N. Designs skinny ankle cut-off corduroys in Marsala (fit: true to size) ℅ | H&M Cable Knit Sweater (not online yet, available in stores!) | Faux Shearling Vest (old, similar linked) | Hunter ‘Original Tall’ Rain Boots in Black Matte | Striped Scarf (only $20!) | Reversible Tote | Grey Fedora | L’Oreal Lipstick in “Rasin Rapture”

I typically stick with neutral denim, but I changed my mind when I came across these colored corduroys. The deep red hue adds a simple statement while still being subtle. I also love how thin they are. Usually corduroys can be thicker and stiff, but these ankle cut-offs are the perfect thickness. I can easily put on riding boots, over-the-knee boots, and my rain boots without getting that bunched up look. Complete the outfit with an oversized sweater, vest, and scarf  and you’re ready for a winter day!
P.S. anybody recognize this setting?! My mom and I took these photos the same week I was getting engaged at this same park… eep!
bloom & grow,
Madeline Rose



  • Uli December 31, 2016 at 5:31 pm

    Hi Madeline,
    great outfit with your wonderful Hunter boots.
    please come back with them soon