Fashion trends you need in your wardrobe in 2023

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We bring to the fore the style trends you’ll want to stock your wardrobe in.

If fashion show across New York, London, Paris, and Milan are anything to go by, Spring/ Summer 2023 will be one for the ages. Sporting fashion blueprints that are a throwback to a golden era, while looking to the future, Prêtà-Porter and Haute Couture brands will be looking to showcase several trends across their collections. We’ve collected the ones you absolutely do not want to miss out on.

90’s Optical STYLE

Many designers sported a return-to-90s style, with a minimalistic, streamlined look that signalled a return to staples. This included black minidresses and sunglasses that were increasingly in vogue over the past year, but it seems that their popularity will only grow instead of waning in 2023, with a focus on textures that provide opulence.

Optical STYLE ILLUSIONS

Many designers sported a return-to-90s style, with a minimalistic, streamlined look that signalled a return to staples. This included black minidresses and sunglasses that were increasingly in vogue over the past year, but it seems that their popularity will only grow instead of waning in 2023, with a focus on textures that provide opulence. Some designers decided to exist at the intersection of high fashion and creativity, using optical illusions to dazzle the mind and transcend the ordinary. Multiple designers used accents such as pixelated shapes, vanishing trousers, and faux topless effects to captivate the imagination, making it a trend worth exploring.

Grunge Liquid IS IN

With grunge fashion in focus in 2022, expect 2023 to continue to be focused on all things grunge. Think choker necklaces and black lipstick, or ripped denim shorts paired with a delicate ruffled chiffon top and a tweed jacket. It’s all about balancing the ruffian like nature of grunge with a more delicate, prettier sensibility.

Liquid IS IN GOLD

With grunge fashion in focus in 2022, expect 2023 to continue to be focused on all things grunge. Think choker necklaces and black lipstick, or ripped denim shorts paired with a delicate ruffled chiffon top and a tweed jacket. It’s all about balancing the ruffian like nature of grunge with a more delicate, prettier sensibility. 2023 will be a year that glitters in the annals of fashion history, what with a focus on all things shiny. Be it glitter, sequins, or lamé fabric, the glitzier, the better. Many of the big fashion houses turned to gold and treated it with reverence when applying it to chic evening wear. Time to up your gold quotient.

Lace

Lace seems to be the flavour of the season, with myriad designers turning to the material in shirts, skirts, and more. The lighter fabric and cut-out detailing is perfect for sunny climes and lush styling in a bold palette of colours.

Thigh-high SPLITS

Lace seems to be the flavour of the season, with myriad designers turning to the material in shirts, skirts, and more. The lighter fabric and cut-out detailing is perfect for sunny climes and lush styling in a bold palette of colours. Red carpets are incomplete without a clutch of celebrities sashaying down in gowns boasting increasingly outrageous thigh-high slits. And if the fashion shows gone by are any indication, they’re just about to get a whole more risqué, with cuts that soar to meet the sky and eye.

Cut-out DRESSES

Cut-out dresses are all the vogue at the moment, with bespoke geometric designs baring skin the flavour of the season. Next season, this promises to be even raunchier, with larger proportioned cut-outs that frame the body with even bolder cuts, with designs only limited by the imagination.

Neon IS IN

Shades that are brighter than life are the top new colour trend, with an array of designers opting for a bright hue of green to bring their creations to life. And it’s not just beachwear either; with gowns and suits lit up like a highlighter, neon is going to invade facets of our life previously deemed off limits.

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