Fashion is always changing and evolving, so it's no surprise that the biggest luxury fashion trends for 2023 are already emerging. As seen across Spring RTW runways, trends from bold colours, updated denim to statement-making silhouettes, this year has something for every fashionista.
1. BRIGHT COLOURS ARE BACK
For those who love making a statement with their style, bright colours such as neon green and cobalt blue will be take centre stage. Seen across runways from Tommy Hilfiger to Off-White, these hues can be found in everything from dresses to jackets – perfect for standing out in any crowd. These bright colours look especially chic when paired with classic pieces like blazers or trousers – an ideal way to stay on trend without being too jarring about it.
Camilla & Marc
Cotton Modal Wide Leg Pant
Lack of Colour
Wave Bucket Hat
2. DENIM FOREVER
Meanwhile denim lovers rejoice as double denim and tailored denim suiting will be making its way into our wardrobes this year - an ode to the 90's but this time around the trend is all grown up. Distressed jeans will still remain popular throughout 2023 - though now they'll come embellished with pearls and sequins and instead of rips! This gives them a luxe, elevated #mermaidcore feel while also allowing you to stay comfortable at all times - what more could a girl ask for?
Good '90s Crossover Jeans
Denim Organic Blazer
+ NET SUSTAIN boyfriend organic jeans
3. BOHO BUT MAKE IT CHIC
Boho chic is making a comeback in a big way this year with its billowing fabrics, bright colours, sequins and intricate embroidery details. Unlike the boho ‘hippy’ style trend that took over in the 00’s think of this trend as a sophisticated and updated take on the trend, with lux brands like Isabel Marant and Cynthia Rowley nailing the vibe where feminine fabrics meet intricate detailing. Get ready to embrace your inner boho goddess as these pieces will give any outfit an effortless chic vibe.
Sofia The Label
Dolce Short Sleeve Midi Dress
Isabel Marant Étoile
Mia plissé-satin blouse
4. PASTEL GIRL
Get ready to add some serious sweetness to your wardrobe, because pastel shades are taking over in 2023! That's right, baby blues, blush pinks, and lavender hues are all set to be the it-colours of the season. And let's be real, who doesn't want to look like a walking, talking cotton candy? These dreamy tones are perfect for adding a pop of colour to your wardrobe and work in well with denim and neutral tones. So, if you're looking to stay ahead of the trend game, it's time to stock up on these heavenly hues and add a touch of runway whimsy to your everyday look.
Sara Drop Lapel Side Split Blazer
Serina Silk Dress
Isabel Marant Étoile
5. PRINT IT
Attention all fashion risk-takers! 2023 is the year of statement prints. Forget playing it safe, it's time to think big florals paired with stripes or polka dots mixed with animal print designs. If you're feeling a bit daring, why not try mixing and matching different patterns and designs. But don't worry, we got you covered even if you're not feeling that adventurous. Classic monochrome combinations are a safe bet, and they never go out of style. So, don't be afraid to make bold choices when it comes to patterned pieces, and get ready to make a statement with your wardrobe.
Tropics Mini Skirt
Soleil printed silk-satin shirt
Emma Mulholland On Holiday
Butterfly Camo Vacation Pants
Streetwear has also been making its way into luxury fashion with 90's sportswear inspired silhouettes such as cargo pants, hoodies, oversized blazers and low rise skirts seen on high-end catwalks. This means streetwear influences are here again, but with more feminine silhouettes and minimal vibes than ever before! So go ahead and mix things up by pairing sportswear inspired staples with smarter and more classic items like blazers or tailored trousers.
Gelso grain de poudre and satin vest
Isabel Marant Étoile
Sabel denim mini skirt
Nola Cargo Pants
So, fashionistas, get ready to embrace these wearable trends from bold playful colours, modern silhouettes, boho chic to pastel shades, and streetwear influences. These trends are sure to give your wardrobe a fresh and fashionable update for the upcoming year. Happy shopping!
Written by Carly Porter for Oh Yes Her
Find more inspiration here