8 Pieces We Wore Constantly This Year—And Are Bringing Into 2022

‘Tis the season for fresh starts, and therefore, fresh fashion. But before you go purging everything in your closet in an effort to reinvent yourself for what is sure to be your best year to date, take a deep breath and relax knowing that the fashion industry isn’t pushing everything from 2021 out the door. In other words, new year, new you doesn’t have to mean an entirely new wardrobe—many of our favorite fashion trends of 2021 are sticking around.

2021 was a year of bold trends as we saw people migrating from the confines of their home and making the conscious decision to go big with their re-entrance to society post-isolation. We’re personally glad that a number of these pronounced styles will continue to be trendy well after the ball drops.

These are the pieces we’ve worn constantly this year—and that we’ll keep wearing in 2022.


1. Chunky boots

Chunky boots saw a major popularity spike in 2021. And considering they are both statement-making and practical, what’s not to love? If you hopped on the trend in fall 2021, you’re ahead of the game—these babies are sure to stay stylish through the winter.

Marc Fisher

Pauline Chelsea Boot

4 colors available

Sam Edelman

Waterproof Knee High Platform Boot

4 colors available


Hestia Boot

6 colors available


Classic 500 Chelsea Boots

2 colors available


2. Puffer jackets

Puffer jackets had a moment in 2021 and we’re continuing to cozy up in them all through the winter. We personally love how versatile they are and enjoy love taking our outerwear to a new level this winter.


Hooded Puffer Coat

2 colors available

Wild Fable

Hooded Puffer Jacket

5 colors available

Forever 21

Zip-Up Puffer Jacket

6 colors available

& Other Stories

Down Puffer Coat

2 colors available

& Other Stories

Boxy Puffer Jacket

3 colors available


Hooded Down Coat

3 colors available


3. Relaxed denim

This year we traded our skinny jeans for more relaxed styles. Grab your mom jeans, straight jeans, dad jeans, and all your other relaxed varieties and give them prime real estate in your closet—you’ll be reaching for them constantly in the new year.


Full Length Jeans

2 colors available

& Other Stories

Keeper Cut Jeans

2 colors available

Wild Fable

Super-High Rise Distressed Baggy Jeans

2 colors available


Wide Leg Jean

2 colors available


4. All things plaid

The bright red tartan of the holidays may be gone for another year, but the prep, academia revival lives on. Tops, shoes, skirts and more—no wardrobe piece is off limits so continue zesting up your OTD with this favorite woven style.


5. Bright colors & bold prints

Post-quarantine living saw a huge surge in bright colors and prints as fashionistas looked to make a grand reentrance to life outside the home. This trend is carrying through to the new year, so we’re holding onto all of our funkiest, eye-catching, color-popped pieces.


6. Lavender, “very peri,” and everything in-between

Remember how lavender was super on trend for fall 2021? Well it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Additionally, Pantone, recently named the color of the year: a mid-shade of purple dubbed “Very Peri.”


7. Knitwear

Truly, does knitwear ever go out of style? Aside from classic knit sweaters, knit pants and sets will continue to be fan favorites in 2022. Cozy up!


8. Statement collars

Stylized, statement pieces became a staple in 2021 and it’s a trend we anticipate staying popular in the new year. One bold iteration we love in particular is the statement collar. Keep these tops on hand and be the best dressed in the Zoom meeting room.


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