The sun is out, hemlines are getting shorter, and bright, bold colors are everywhere. The fashion trends for spring 2023 have arrived. It’s time to put away your grey sweaters and wool pants because, in the spring of 2023, you’ll want to wear clothes that are fun and different.
Styles for spring 2023 are full of energy and joy, as seen at shows in New York and Tokyo. Bold black-and-white stripes, some of which had flashes of grassy green in them, showed that Tory Burch had a new, odd order. Marine Serre and Dries Van Noten brought back popcorn tops from the 1990s to add some fun to our closets. Prada and Chanel put bikinis and short-shorts on the catwalk to show that beachwear can be ready-to-wear.
1. Accept the texture of popcorn
Even though not everyone likes micro textures, new-school designers like Chet Lo make knitwear with a lot of bounce to look delightfully elegant. The best way to wear these big pieces with soft colors and patterns is to keep the styling simple and let the fabric do the talking.
Figure out what more is worth. No print is too wild for spring 2022. Abstracted zebra prints by Proenza Schouler and blurred tie-dye by Loewe are just two ways to add new life and humor to your wardrobe. Whenever you’re not sure what to wear, add an extra bright color or a big print. This will make people talk at the parties of the season.
2. Wear mini skirt
The mini skirt is always in style. You already know about the trend-setting khaki Miu Miu mini dress, but have you thought about the Prada satin style with a five-foot train? Or the Saint Laurent tweed dress with a faux-fur hem? What about the sexy slit on the green dress by Versace? There are many choices in stores, so just trust that you’ll find the right one.
3. Stay Casual with Jackets of Color-Block
Why not try a track jacket or bomber with blocks of different colors this spring? Leather jackets, dark blazers, and denim coats for work will always be in style. The new style looks more like something you’d see in a museum than on a sports field. It comes in shades of blue or hot pink.
4. Keep your stripes as is
Courrèges and Tory Burch’s optical black-and-white stripes bring new life to neutral colors. Try pairing these graphic pieces with even bolder knits and accessories, like white tights and bright hair accessories, for a look that is both interesting and energizing.
5. Channel the Holy Spirit
Latticed knitwear gives you the best of both worlds: it’s warm enough for spring winds but still lets you get as much sun as possible. Rick Owens, Raf Simons, and other designers put holes on purpose in their sweaters to show some skin. Pair yours with a flowy skirt and stylish sandals for a long, lean look.
6. Let flowers fill you up
Why would you choose floral prints when you can wear clothes with blooms that cascade from the collars, hems, and hip bones? Rodarte’s textural blossoms are the best way to show the wild beauty of nature in clothing.