Winter Trend Report

Winter is the easiest season to just throw on jeans and a sweater and call it a day. But, the great news is that when you’re renting, you have zero commitment and have the freedom to try something new in what’s typically the most drab season.
We’re sharing five trends that are easy to adopt and, with a little layering, will keep you in style all season.
Seventies Style
Images of 70s inspired womens clothing
Bell bottoms, corduroy and warm earthy colours are staples of Seventies fashion. Coming to life in belted outfits and neckerchiefs, designers are bringing only the best from the decade as one of the Winter 2020 trends.
The runways have been increasingly non-binary, gender-bending outfits. Mundane options are radical in their decision not to make a splash. Big blazers, loose trousers and button-up shirts are all part of the Winter 2020 collection of alt and gender non-conforming style.
  1. Tiger of Sweden SAUGE Blazer in Red Wine
  2. Vince Satin Long Sleeve Blouse
  3. Tiger of Sweden PREZA Cardigan in Coffee


Slouchy Suiting

Blazers for Women

Models sporting relaxed suits. What does this say? Professional wear can be comfortable vs. tight and rigid. This shift is part of the trend towards minimalist and utilitarian. Straight legged trousers, over-sized blazers pairing back to turtlenecks and lush fabrics.



Winter Style 2020 - Knitwear for women


Continuing the comfort trend, cozy designs, bright knit sweaters, skirts and dresses are some of winter’s hottest items to be had.


  1. Ted Baker Fearnic Dress
  2. Free People Moon River Cardigan
  3. Suncoo Parvan Sweater



Sheer fabric fashion for women


Designers have an affinity for displaying the female from with see-through fabrics for shirts & dresses. Creations can be worn under a coat or blazer and even over-sized jackets. This trend is one that is delicately daring and has no limits.


  1. Joie Shima Dress
  2. MISA Damaris Top
  3. Equipment Essential in Nightshade
  4. Free People Twyla Top