What to look out for when building your wardrobe for spring and summer

Now the end-of-year holiday season is drawing to a close it’s an ideal time to start looking forward to the next season, Spring and Summer 2023. There were lots of styles to inspire on the SS’23 runways back in September. Here’s a look back on 7 key looks from the designers to have front of mind when planning your wardrobe.

Sheer highlights

Whilst we may not have many occasions to wear head-to-toe sheer, be inspired by the look; thinking a sheer tops and low-rise cargo pants to revive the grunge look of the 1990s.

7 key trends for SS'23
Dolce and Gabbana
7 key trends for SS'23
Miu Miu

Double denim

Think low-rise jeans and skirts with tops to match.

7 key trends for SS'23
Givenchy
7 key trends for SS'23
Off White

All the frills

Think ruffles, frills, and fringes on blouses, skirts, and bags. It’s a great way to add volume and drama to your summer outfit.

7 key trends for SS'23
Akris
7 key trends for SS'23
Dior

Casual dressing

Think of lots of pockets and despite all the storage, don’t forget your handbag or shoulder bag.

7 key trends for SS'23
Louis Vuitton
7 key trends for SS'23
Stella McCartney
7 key trends for SS'23
Fendi

Shine on

Sequins aren’t just for the Christmas party! Go head to toe with sparkle or shine – choose classic metallics silver or gold or go bold with a colour pop!

7 key trends for SS'23
Valentino
7 key trends for SS'23
Giorgio Armani

Soft tailoring

Whilst the exposed belly button might not be a corporate look, the low-rise trousers or the low-hanging belt on a dress is a fresh look for the office.

7 key trends for SS'23
Versace
7 key trends for SS'23
Victoria Beckham

Spring pastels

From lilacs to primrose yellow, on 3D flowers or on sheer, spring isn’t the same without florals or pastels.

7 key trends for SS'23
Gucci
7 key trends for SS'23
Bottega Veneta

There you have it, an edit of the key looks from the Spring and Summer 2023 fashion trends to inspire your next season’s wardrobe.

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