The Top Fashion Trends For Spring 2023 Are Revealed
Although the weather might not be showing it, spring is nearly upon us, with lighter evenings and flowery landscapes on their way. That means it’s time to delve into the world of spring/summer fashion trends and find out what we’ll all be wearing once the sun finally makes an appearance.
Choosing what to wear on top of an outfit on a night out, to work or when going for dinner is always a tricky one. Coats feel big and bulky and cardigans too flimsy. That is why blazers have been popular for the last decade or so, with ladies stealing this item of clothing from guys as one of their staples.
This season, however, it is all about oversized blazers, with large, long and boxy styles taking over catwalk shows recently.
It’s like the fashion world has come to terms with the fact that the UK will never experience high temperatures during spring/summer, as they have introduced a huge array of leather looks for us to be wearing.
It isn’t just leather jackets, trousers or skirts we’ll be sporting, but entire outfits made from leather. We’ve all heard of denim-on-denim - well, this season is all about leather-on-leather, so let’s just hope the temperature doesn’t soar anytime soon!
One of the top looks this spring will be balletcore - think ruffled tutu skirts and dresses, neutral shades and romantic touches.
As Glamour magazine said: “Balletcore is here to stay, thanks to big, ruffled stamp of approval from the runways.”
To complete this look, get yourself a pair of ballet flats, peach-coloured leggings and light pink cashmere knitwear. With this outfit, you’ll look both like you’ve stepped back in time to your childhood ballet lessons and bang on-trend with the latest fashion styles.
Metallics are normally popular during autumn/winter, as most of us love to add some glitz and glamour to our Christmas party outfits. This year, however, we’re keen to carry on wearing silver and gold into warmer days.
“Sequins and shiny finishes showed up on too many catwalks to count, meaning it’s high time to add a little flash to your rotation,” the publication stated.
Ways to incorporate metallics into your outfit include chrome-coloured shoes, a striking silver skirt, a shiny gold top or pearly gold faux leather trousers.
With the King’s coronation looming, it seems we’ve fallen in love with the regal colour of purple all over again. From deep rich shades to cool lavenders, you’ll see purple wherever you look this spring/summer.
Add a lilac cashmere pashmina to your ensemble to keep you warm on cooler evenings, go for an entirely violet dress, or choose periwinkle accessories if you want to adopt the purple trend this year. However you wear this colour, you’ll look great this season.
Why not wear an indigo outfit for the coronation bank holiday weekend (May 6th to 8th)? You’ll certainly look the part when celebrating the historic occasion!