We know it already seems like a lifetime ago, but cast your mind back to the last couple of weeks and try to remember the outfits you wore. Sure, there was likely something suitably sparkly to ring in the new '20s, but aside from that? We're the first to admit that we spent much of our downtime over Christmas wearing the same leggings and hoodie. The same, however, can't be said for Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
A bona fide style icon, not a day goes by when someone in the Who What Wear UK office doesn't comment on how great RHW is looking. So much so that we can barely begin our working day without consulting her Instagram feed to see if she's posted anything overnight—the holy grail being her shot-from-her-walk-in outfit selfies.
Imagine our delight then, when we realised she'd posted not one, not two, but six amazing ensembles in one single post, playing catch-up with the looks she'd failed to post over the festive period. We downed tools, gathered around a single computer screen, and collectively sighed as we took in her new season outfits. So great were they that we knew we had to share them with you, too.
Whether she realises it or not, Rosie has essentially curated the ultimate 2020 capsule via these looks; many of which feature overlapping items. Perhaps even a bigger fan of blazers than we are, more often than not Rosie's outfit snap will feature some form of sleek tailoring. She also has a penchant for black skinny jeans, while her allegiance to Bottega Veneta is plain for anyone to see.
We could easily write another 1000 words on Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's 2020 style, but we think the shots speak for themselves. So go on and keep scrolling to see Rosie's new season capsule, and then shop the pieces you need to re-create her looks for yourself.
Style Notes: While her roll-neck knit may appear too thick to wear with a blazer, Rosie segways the issue by simply shoulder-robing it over the top. She then completes her cool look by tucking her skinny jeans into her boots. 10/10.
Theory Wool-Blend Blazer (£440)
& Other Stories Oversized Micro-Knit Turtleneck (£75)
Topshop Black Jamie Jeans (£40)
Dries Van Noten Leather Boots (£445)
Style Notes: Much of Rosie's wardrobe consists of Bottega Veneta right now. In fact, she easily has the most impressive collection of the brand's sellout Pouch bags. Here, we adore the clash she has created between the blue iteration and her yellow coat which, yes, is also Bottega Veneta.
Bottega Veneta Rubber Trench Coat (£2160)
Bottega Veneta The Pouch (£2400)
& Other Stories Suede Knee-High Boots (£205)
Style Notes: Always ahead of the curve, Rosie knows that shackets are going to be just as big in 2020 as they were last year. So much so that she's already invested in a leather style, which is set to be a must for spring.
Arket Leather Shirt (£225)
The Row TR1 Folded Leather Bag (£2025)
Joseph New Eliston Stretch-Trousers (£195)
ASOS Ellie Leather Sock Boots (£51)
Ganni Double-Breasted Blazer (£280)
Zara Chain Necklace (£13)
Hermès Pre-Owned 1972 Kelly Sellier 28 Tote (£8500)
Vince Casper Boots (£525)
Style Notes: That's right—Rosie always looks impossibly chic, even when she's arming herself against the winter chill. We don't know about you, but we plan on replicating this teddy coat and thick-sole boot combination right away.
Whistles Teddy Button-Up Coat (£255)
COS Knitted Cotton-Yak Jumper (£69)
Next Full-Length Leggings (£10)
The Row Leather Ankle Boots (£1125)
Style Notes: We firmly believe that sometimes, less is most certainly more, and this look is a testament to that. Her black roll-neck and tailored trouser combination may be basic, but the way she's tied the straps of her sandals around her trouser legs to create a new silhouette is nothing short of inspired.
AllSaints Raffi Roll-Neck Top (£45)
Bottega Veneta Tailored Pants (£565)
Saint Laurent Lexi Lace-Up Leather Sandals (£525)
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