Keeping up with the latest trends is a full-time job (we know—we do it), and sometimes it can be overwhelming deciphering which ones to actually try out. This year, everyone has fully embraced trying out new looks. We've seen G-string dresses, straps thinner than dental floss and the return of low-rise jeans. And some of these trends are ones no one actually asked for (we're looking at you, low-rise jeans), but of course, fashion people have tried them nonetheless.
As we look to 2022, though, we're thinking of the items that actually deserve a place in our wardrobes for the long haul. Sure, it's great to try out microtrends, but we're turning our attention to timeless, classic pieces.
So much so the Who What Wear fashion team has thought long and hard about the trends they'll be leaving behind and the ones they'll be wearing instead. Here are the five trends we all agree to swerve next year because, let's face it, floss straps are tricky to pull off if you aren't Alexa Chung and co.
Poor Anna Wintour. Not even her Chanel sunglasses could hide her from this mess. After months of painstakingly perfecting the guest list and seating chart, marrying the right designer with the right star, curating on-theme place settings, floral arr
In case you haven’t noticed, clogs are having a moment – and we’re here for it. These ’90s “it shoes” have been popping up everywhere, from runways (Alaïa, Givenchy and Gucci to name a few), to social media, and even on the red carpet (