As we bid farewell to another exciting fashion week, we can’t help but get excited about the new Catwalk-Inspired Spring Trends that are about to take the fashion world by storm. From elegant grunge to micro miniskirts and disco ball gowns, this season’s shows had something for everyone. And now, we’ve rounded up the top seven trends you need to know about, so you can start incorporating them into your wardrobe ASAP!
Below, we’ve rounded up the top seven Spring/Summer 2023 trends inspired by the latest catwalk shows. From the latest accessories to bold prints and colors, these are the must-have items to add to your wardrobe. Get ready to be ahead of the fashion curve with these hot new trends!
DENIM ON DENIM
Canada’s tuxedos are classic, whether you like them or not. Full denim looks were all the rage this season, with frayed and oversized cuts leading the pack. Don’t be scared to channel your inner Gigi Hadid and put denim on denim this season. To proceed, please do so. We approve of this.
Looks like the ’90s are making a comeback, and we can’t wait to start dressed like our favorite icons from that period (without the thin brows, of course). A little fringe, some tight pleather trousers, and some hefty jewelry are all you need to pull off this outfit. To complete your Nirvana-inspired look, apply a brownie lip gloss.
MAJOR IN MONOCHROME
It turns out that wearing only one color is trendy, as evidenced by Stella McCartney’s rainbow-hued catwalk and the sea of guests wearing monochromatic ensembles at fashion week. This style shift also simplifies daily wardrobe decisions. Pick a voice and stick with it; then you’ll be ready to take on the world.
The moment has come to make way for trench coats reminiscent of those worn by Sherlock Holmes, replacing the enormous blazers of the past. The latest “it” layer is a structured plaid dad coat or a beige buttoned trench, both of which take a leaf from the detective’s playbook.
At this season’s fashion month, bright neon colors and prints were all the rage on the runways and streets. Dressing like a glowstick is surprisingly fashionable, as evidenced by the sighting of none other than Kim Kardashian in a neon attire. It’s consistent with Kylie Jenner’s preferred Barbiecore style, and we understand it.