We Live For Wearable Trends—Here Are 12 That Our Editors Have Tested

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Looking for exhilarating trends is my full-time job. I spend almost all of my days searching high and low for the next best fashion statement—whether that's baring it all in boxer shorts or cozying up in the softest shearling accessories. While experimenting with bold colors and futuristic trends is fun, it can also be exhausting. 

At Who What Wear, wearable fashion trends are our holy grail and the place we call home after a busy day of previewing next season's market. While the niche trends I find are quite fun, there's something about the wearable ones that have even more of an impact on me. These are the trends that we'll be talking about 20 years from now—saying, "That leather blazer is so 2021." That's why I spent today tapping into our editor database to see what wearable trends our editors have found to be so good they stopped and snapped a quick mirror selfie or pic along the way. 

Surprise, surprise, in my research, I kept coming across outfit snaps of our editors in the on-trend yet wearable pieces from Who What Wear Collection. It has become the perfect place for all of us to turn to for trends that are easy to wear but also so on point for the current times. There are many ways I could attempt to describe the quality to you, but these fabrics and details really do speak for themselves when you see them IRL. So yes, my hunt for wearable trends has taken us to our final destination. I went ahead and rounded up a collection of buzzy items that our editors have tested and approved as the perfect antidotes to any trend-hopping blues that you may have caught in our lightning-speed fashion world. Read on to find looks you'll want to wear for years to come.


No Collar, No Problem
(Image credit: @katcollings)

I've had a thing for the crisp collar on a white button-down for some time now, but there's something so effortlessly chic about forgoing it for once. 

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Shearling Season
(Image credit: @_sierramayhew)

You better believe I'll be covered in shearling all season long. Lightweight jackets like this one are so much warmer when lined with the furry fabric, so join me in diving in.

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Remix Your Sweat Sets
(Image credit: @thatgirlyusra)

When the traditional sweatsuit gets boring, try mixing and matching your favorite pieces. 

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Pleats, Please
(Image credit: @annadominguez)

Dressing up like a layered cake is on my to-do list for this holiday season. 

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Cut It Out
(Image credit: @fashionwithjazz)

My enduring love for cutouts continues on. This strategically placed neckline cutout is so flattering.

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Twists and Ties
(Image credit: @allypayer)

If you needed an excuse to dress up like a grape soda, this is it.

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Drape-Worthy Fabrics
(Image credit: @michaela_bee)

Elegant drapes are popping up on our trend watch just in time for the holiday season.

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Head-to-Toe Leather
(Image credit: @laurenegg)

I've always been a fan of leather, but this season, I'm diving in head first by doubling up for a full look.

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Pile on the Plaid
(Image credit: @anna__laplaca)

Like leather, I just can't get enough of anything that comes in plaid. That's why this year I'm stocking up on every school-girl print I can get my hands on.

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Scrunchie Details
(Image credit: @sarahayang)

It's all in the details, and any subtle addition of texture or, in this case, scrunch draws me in.

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Nothing But Knits
(Image credit: @c__bellamy)

I like my knits where I can see them—out of my closet and styled to perfection. 

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Something About Terra-Cotta
(Image credit: @nataliecantell)

While this set is giving summer, I'm loving terra-cotta hues year-round and layering these pieces now to keep them in my rotation.

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Associate Editor

Sierra Mayhew was always destined to work in fashion, but she didn't know it at first. Growing up with no choice but to wear a rotation of school uniforms and activewear, her love for fashion really blossomed when she moved away for college and was able to finally define her very own personal style. Shortly thereafter, she interned at Elle magazine and instantly knew that editorial was for her. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame, she worked for ShopBazaar, contributing regularly to Bazaar.com, and finally made her way to Who What Wear, where she is an associate editor. When she’s not working, you can catch her always trying to catch a flight, rollerblading through New York City traffic, or exploring the latest luxury vintage boutique.