7 Major 2023 Fashion Trends You'll Be Seeing Everywhere

(Get ahead of 'em now!)

So, it's official: 2023 is very much here. (I know, I can't believe it either.) So with a fresh year kicking off, that brings a new season full of exciting styles. From comeback styles entering the chat to killer styling twists to covetable textures, this winter is the perfect time to explore the standout 2023 fashion trends you're about to be swooning over.

  1. Professional Yet Playful : Just because you're dressing professionally doesn't mean you can't have some fun with your outfit. Subtle prints are a great way to make professional - playful!



  1. Flares : (The anti skinny Jean): from vintage washes to distressed denim, but by far, one of my favorites has been the comeback of '70s silhouettes—flared, bootcut, and wide-leg styles


  1. Biker Vibes: We’re talking leather everything! Dresses, pants, shorts, tops, you name it. And no, leather doesn’t have to appear in black hues only. We’re seeing the trend in browns, olive greens and even cream tones.


  1. Blue Hues: Although pastel hues are rarely missing from the spring/summer trend reports, for 2023 we predict a greater leaning toward pastel and baby blue hues.



  1. Florals: Florals for spring? Ground breaking." It might be one of the most popular fashion quotes of all time, but when it comes to the spring fashion trends 2023, florals are back and they're bigger than ever. Large-scale bloom prints were seen prominently on the runway at London Fashion Week. And while everyone put their own spin on the style, it was all about bright and punchy hues for maximum impact. 


  1. LACE: Lace detailing is a great look for a spring/summer outfit as the lighter fabric and cut-out detailing lends itself to gloriously warm weather. *Lace shirts: Giving tailoring a feminine twist, lace and laser-cut shirts will look particularly chic styled under well-tailored blazers for a softer finish. *Lace skirts: Injecting any outfit with a romantic feel, look for large lace, over vintage-inspired styles to offer a more modern direction.



  1. Maxi/Midi Skirts: Mini skirts (especially micro-minis) will always have a special place in our hearts, but consider venturing into floor-skimming territory with a sleek maxi skirt. Much more comfortable than its sister the ‘mini’, you can find these bottoms in straight, streamlined silhouettes in denim, knit, or silky varieties. Pair with platform sandals or tall boots.


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