It's not much of a surprise that according to Pinterest's end of year report, it has seen a +118% rise in searches for "sustainability" in 2019. Which is great news, as it means we fashion savvy people are seeking new ways to be more style-conscious. But what does that mean for our winter outfits? Well, it looks like minimalism once again reigns. According to the report, long satin dresses (+331%), black silk skirts (+458%), and recycled jumpers (+91%) are at the top of the trending list for this winter. Which is great, as many of us already own these, so it just comes down to the styling. We can also look to incorporate our puff-sleeve dresses (+108%) into our winter wardrobes, along with animal print which is still seeing growth as a search term and holding onto its long reign at the top of the fashion kingdom.
Winter months bring with them a lot of outfit blah and a general lack of inspiration, so we're always keen to turn to Pinterest for fresh ideas. Keep scrolling for the five outfit formulas that are trending on Pinterest for this winter. You'll see how to try them and where to shop the looks.
Beige outfits swiftly took over at the start of 2019. We wouldn't get enough of them! And so it's no surprise that evolutions of the beige outfit formula are popping up everywhere, from the runways to Pinterest.
The 1980s are the decade to channel when it comes to your eveningwear this season. The puff-sleeved dress trend is still going strong into winter, and we love seeing the different day and night ways of interpreting them.
What's great about the puff-sleeved dress trend is that, like satin dresses, we're seeing so many people wearing them during the day, more casually. Bring out your party dress with trainers and a fun bag.
Silk skirts have cemented their place as a classic wardrobe staple after a major few seasons as a top trend. They work year-round and work for any personal style. So why not extend the brilliance of black silk across your pieces, from tops to bags?