6 Winter Trends Our Editors Will Be Wearing for Years to Come

Every season, there are quite a few trends to sift through in the sartorial world. Runways, social media, and street style all seem to be inspiring and creating trends that end up blowing up one way or another. We've already given you the roundup on the biggest trends of the season, but if you're having trouble picking which ones are worth buying into, that's where this piece comes in. We can write about trends all we want, but the proof all comes down to the select trends we all end up wearing, even with all our different tastes and styles. Luckily, our very own Who What Wear Collection does the job of perfecting trends in an elevated way with pieces the whole WWW team loves and is sure to wear this season and the next.

Below, you'll find six winter trends we think are here to stay for a long time along with shoppable picks we've all added to our wardrobes this season. You'll even see multiple editors styling each, proving that these trends are truly versatile and, of course, timeless.

1. Shearling

Shearling is the trend this winter, and our editors are 100% on board. Not only does it look good, but it'll keep you warm too.





2. Leather Separates

Remember when the only leather you had in your closet was a jacket? Now there's many variations on the market like blazers, skirts, pants, and more. (The more the merrier.)





3. Cozy Sets

Cozy sets aren't just for lounging around anymore. You can dress them up easily, and with sets trending big right now, the options on the market certainly aren't basic. They come in fun color ways and prints, and our editors can't stop wearing them.

4. Chunky Sweaters

Every time winter comes around, the chunky sweaters come out. And not just your average basic sweaters—we're talking sweaters with buttoned collars, stylish prints, and cool color options.



5. Holiday-Ready Dresses

Holiday season is here, and that means it's time to find your go-to holiday dress. We know there's parties every season, but something about winter parties are just special.



6. Shackets

When shackets first started trending, we didn't think they'd stay for as long as they have. But years later here they are, a part of editors' forever wardrobes.