6 Winter Design Trends That Make Us Actually Glad To Be Stuck Inside

As relieved as we were to close the book on 2020, the cold, hard truth is that we’re still in the middle of the Northern Hemisphere’s gloomiest season—where the days are short, the nights are long, and we’re stuck at home because of the global pandemic that continues to rage outside.

We know it’s enough to make you lose your mind. But we’re here to give you some reasons to actually be glad you’re cooped up indoors. (OK—that might be overstating it, but we’re trying to look on the bright side in 2021.)

We’ve polled the pros to bring you this winter’s hottest design trends. From old to bold, these looks are sure to provide inspiration for you to spruce up your space and—dare we say—actually enjoy the next few months inside. Without further ado, here are the season’s biggest trends, plus insider tips on how to create the look

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‘Queer Eye’ fashion expert Tan France told us the trends he thinks we’ll see more of in 2021

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Tan France wants the streetwear trend to end. Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP

In a world filled with anxiety and uncertainty, “Queer Eye” style expert Tan France has one ardent wish for when there’s some stability: He really hopes people will “embrace fashion” again, and also that streetwear is on its way out.

“It’s a difficult [question], because we don’t really know what’s going to happen with the pandemic. I’m hoping that the world will get back on track within the next few months, ” France recently told Insider while promoting his collaboration with EyeBuyDirect.

“Up until the point where we do start to get back to some normalcy, I think that people are going to stick with what they’ve done over the last few months, which is sweats,” he said.

“Then after that, I am really hoping that people will embrace fashion again,” France added. 

France is best known

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The Biggest Quarantine Fashion Trends of 2020

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27 Matching Sweatsuits For Living Your Best Stay-At-Home Life

While many of 2020’s most-popular fashion trends don’t feel quite right for a life of time spent at home and social distancing (I definitely won’t be wearing a tailored vest anytime soon…), there is one in particular that I’m currently very grateful for: the matching sweatsuit. As a freelance fashion writer, I’m already a big fan of sporting my pajamas while conducting phone interviews and writing stories from the comfort of my own abode. And, now that all my previously in-person meetings to events and coffee dates have been replaced by virtual Zoom calls, I’ve found myself reconsidering this sleepwear-only WFH wardrobe entirely. Luckily, the sweatsuit happens to be a comfy PJ-adjacent look that’s appropriately conducive for wearing during a day full of important Zoom meetings — aka it’s still just as comfy but more elevated than the aforementioned “I

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All of the ’90s Fashion Trends That Have (and Haven’t) Made a Comeback

The resurgence of ’90s fashion has resulted in a truly mixed bag of emotions. While the ’90s can be credited with providing us with now-favorable slip dresses and kitten heels, there’s also a raft of trends we’d like to keep in the past. After reaching out to the rest of the Who What Wear team, we reminisced about all the pieces we used to be so proud to own but can’t imagine ever wearing again (we think), as well as the celebrity looks we’d happily revisit time and again.

Just when you think all of the possible forgotten looks from the 1990s have remained hidden, along comes another one. How much do you want a really ridiculously small right now? And how much better would it be if it had tiny handles and was rendered in silk-satin (see Kate Beckinsale below)? Or what about those ’90s Kate Moss images

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