Fashion Month brought us back to our normal being, the runway shows just being the ambassador of the fact that Runway Fashion is back! European invasion by the way Fendi did, basement dance parties, endless assemble of dinners and events finally hyping up for the coolest runway trends we’re looking up to.
Runway feels like home to many, and being back home we witnessed a similar vibe of 2019 that not only made us nostalgic but excited about what’s coming next.
Now is the time that we let go of the concept of Pre and Post lockdown choosing between athleisure co-ords and pajama sets over party dresses.
Spring Summer Fashion trends for women 2023 brings you fashion picks that looks forward to various aspect of life.
While the gorgeous sequins by Brandon Maxwell and Tom Ford make up your mind, return to the 2000s pop culture aesthetic with extra long skirts, exaggerated sleeves, and polkas.
In the introduction to the Vintage inspired dresses of Coach, we saw Prabal Gurung’s exaggerated version of what it takes to be seen with a subtle sexiness and added characters, sleeves slipped off chiffon blouses, trouser waistlines dipped to a dumpster, lace bras, and a lot of sheer details while Nenzi’x engineered bra dresses is what we’re falling for.
Surely, the coming seasons will have a lot of subtle sexy with a kind of undoneness and we are already drooling over the silhouettes.
You can also check out the latest drops on what styles we’re exploring in New York Fashion Week and Copenhagen Fashion Week here.
Key Spring Summer Fashion Trends for Women 2023
Here’s everything you need to know about the Key Spring Summer Fashion Trends for Women 2023 we’ve hyped up for.
Bring back the classic silhouettes that are androgynous, masculine ties, polo tees, leather jackets, or blazers in your wardrobe. Prepare to update your wardrobe in anticipation of the upcoming season with everything from dynamic structural clothes made from a variety of fabrics to ideally baggy designs that can be suited for both informal and formal situations.
A cyclical reappearance of fashion trends is common. Additionally, the most recent one will transport you to the late 1990s and early 2000s, when Barbie was nothing short of a cultural phenomenon. The term “Barbiecore” has become extremely popular during the past few months.
3. Huge Cargo Pockets
Aside from comfort, this trend’s versatility is what we adore the most. Wear yours with flats for a daytime look that’s relaxed or platform heels for a night out—dancing, dare we say, to TLC and Aaliyah? We’re for sure looking forward to huge pockets keeping practicality in mind. The iridescent version of this style by the Beyoncé-endorsed brand LaQuan Smith was possibly the most daring interpretation.
4. Bubble Hems
In keeping with the Y2K trend, bubble hems are making a comeback. Voluminous, balloon-like clothing is receiving the seal of approval from Khaite, Ulla Johnson, Proenza Schouler, and Duaphinette (some more subtle than others).
5. Paint me purple
Ulla Johnson makes the case for plum, Adam Lippes experiments with a very light lilac, and Prabal Gurung favors lavender, so there is a lovely shade of purple for everyone this spring. Pantone has also introduced the key color of the year 2023, Digital Lavender, and a lot of these tints are inspired by that, you can check out our latest post.
6. Tie & Dye
Tie and Dye has always been on the top of the trends in the past years but has as they love got a push in the lockdown as the Gen Zs love the co-ord sets and styling it in various ways. We witnessed longlines, lower hemp, and frills attached that make cute summer outfits that are beach ready.
7. Pants under Dresses
Working as a perfect layer, add on flowy pants under choc dresses. You can also choose longline tunics, and play with multi colors together.
8. Fine Weaves
The popularity of crochet is still on the rise, and designers are using it in more inventive ways. Puppets and Puppets successfully incorporate the notion with fringe, while Proenza Schouler gives Kendall Jenner movement in a tank and skirt pair. Ulla Johnson made the style sloppy in a skirt and sweater ensemble.
With a floral corsage, like this one from Saks Potts, you can add a little extra and make it a little more romantic. There are numerous options for wearing, from your wrist and neck to embellishing the strap of your going-out top. You have the option.
The grunge looks bring another facet in the way of styling it Fendi and Coach explore new biker fits styled with shorts.
11. Long Line Tassels
Fringe is a trend that looks best in the summer because coats don’t work with it and you want the tassel details to be on display at all times. Every piece of apparel is enhanced by fringe, which makes it ideal for dancing or sunny outings.
For decades, fashion week has included a lot of leather coats, and this season was no exception. Leather skirts, a more fun variation, stole the show from Coach’s heavy (and multicolored) leather jackets. The designers like TK kept things short and sweet, others like Altuzarra took a longer, more structured approach to the look. It’s good to see an item that works all year round because leather is often a fall and winter cloth
13. Lingerie In and Out
We experimented with various understated bra tops last season. While that look is still popular, string bikinis and bra tops that don’t require a jacket are becoming more common on the runways for daytime wear. Even the metal sculptures at LaQuan Smith and Area have an otherworldly feeling.
14. Voluminous Flowy
The delicacy of women’s clothing is showcased by the ruched waist; a French-style tiered dress made of sheer and chiffon has enhanced the visual layers; shirt dresses are incorporated with new elements like ruffled collars and voluminous sleeves, and the bowknot detail highlights the delicate nature of dresses.
Party knitwear is moving into a new phase with glitzier materials that will glitter in the springtime sun. With their shimmering compact knits, metallic yarns, and stunning crochet pieces, Eckhaus Latta, Jonathan Simkhai, and Proenza Schouler all seem to have tinsel on the brain.
16. Mermaid Fairytale
Barbie is still in the focus of the narrative but not more than The Little Mermaid is now. She also chooses paillettes, sheers, and sparkles in hues that make us smile like a delighted 5-year-old inside. Consider the colors seafoam green, soft purple, and simple pink, perhaps all at once. Additionally, it has a certain Y2K bent since we simply cannot get enough of that age of feminine joys.
17. Oblique Cut Outs
The silhouette gets as interesting as we’re introduced to the Oblique Cut Outs, peep details will be the rage. While it also adds the y2k element which anyway continues to stay, we’ll be seeing such cutouts in every neutral and solid color ensemble.
18. Party Blazers
A new party-ready garment is competing for the attention of the fashion elite even though going-out tops have returned as a result of the rebirth of the Y2K style. Due to glittering embellishments, plunging necklines (with nothing underneath), and glitzy fabrics, blazers are no longer simply for the workplace, according to NYFW heavyweights like Tom Ford, Khaite, and Gabriela Hearst.
19. Tummy Peeps
beautiful tummy peep-outs add another inspiration rather than a modest pursuit of showing skin than can be glammed up or made as subtle was introduced with flowing fabrics in chiffon, sheer laces, and satin.
20. Soft Polkas
Designers like Proenza Schouler, Libertine, Sergio Hudson, and Batsheva doubled down on polka patterns for the spring season, introducing dots of different sizes that were either paired with or layered over, various interpretations of the traditional design.
21. Preppy City Schoolgirl
Cute tints of colors graphics and swatches, sweats that add comfort, skirts that take you back to the era of Mean Girls, we witnessed Preppy like never before with beautifully infuse cottagecore fits making a huge spring-summer fashion trend loved by the gen Zs.
Transparency was played with by donning the black dress over undergarments that were plainly apparent or chic pants. The result is a contemporary take on the evening look that vacillates between formality and subdued sexiness. While we’ve already seen a few of these silhouettes in the 2022s, a lot is yet to come as Prabal Gurung and Nenzi have set beautifully shown bodies of self-love.
23. Statement Skirts
Both Zendaya and the fashion industry are still not over her two-piece Valentino Haute Couture ensemble from the 2022 Oscars. This spring, statement skirts are expected to be popular in all shapes and sizes, from mini and maxi versions at Brandon Maxwell to shimmering pieces at Tory Burch to trenches-turned-skirts at Jonathan Simkhai.
24. Return of y2K
Designers in all four places drew influence from the 1990s and the early 2000s, bringing back low-rise waistlines, slinky separates, and barely-there sheers. Next A/W, this story shouldn’t be overlooked because it is very crucial for the interests of young readers.