Lug-single loafers remain a strong trend.
Ashley Full, founder and stylist at AMOUR781, says look-sole buns remain especially popular in the spring. The spelling refers to chunky, rubber shoes.
“Lu-Sole loafers, which were a ‘girl’ favorite this fall, will continue to be a trend this spring,” she told Insider.
The stylists also suggest adding a college-inspired cardigan to complete the look.
Shades of green are increasing.
She told Total Insider that she expects to see different shades of green this year, including ferns and moss.
“This spring we see ferns and moss green all the way to pre-fall,” she says. “This color can be challenging for some, but you can embrace it with patterns or accessories.”
Rose is also predicted to be popular.
Shades of pink can make a bold statement, and Mulu told Insider that there will be a lot of color this year, especially with the new “Barbie” movie coming out in July.
“Expect to see bold head-to-toe pink in fun bright shades,” she said. “More reserved fashionistas might tone it down with touches of banana and fern green. But I say don’t be afraid to go full-on matching.”
Ballet flats continue to be popular.
Harmony Pilobello and Shilpa Iyengar, designers and co-founders of Altare, say the ballet-flat trend is here to stay.
“As people transition from working at home in slippers or sneakers, ballet flats are a comfortable alternative to working in the office and getting work done,” he said. “We also see a lot of people wearing satin ballet flats for formal events like weddings.”
Plain details reminiscent of Y2K fashion aren’t going anywhere.
Personal stylist Susan Padron expects to stick around for Y2K trends, including plain details for shoes, bags and clothing.
“Think clear plastic but higher and more expensive,” she told Insider. “Brands like Match & Match are bringing out clear pumps to dress up for an event or style with jeans.”
Sparkles are suitable for wearing clothes.
Builtgracefully founder and CEO Grace Thomas, sparks in 2016. They said they will continue to bring clothes to life in 2023.
“I think we’ve only seen the tip of the spear on this trend. The holiday season is always a time for sequins and sparkles,” she said. These are just some of the trends we see coming to life as details.
Cargo pockets are coming back in style.
According to Lana Blank, founder of New York-based Blank House, cargo pockets are making a big comeback this year.
“We saw this trend pick up in 2022[with cargo pants]but it’s coming in a big way for 2023,” she says. “Oversized pockets were seen on every spring/summer 2023 runway, including Miu Miu, Fendi, Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Marant, Versace and Brunello Cucinelli.”
From pants and shorts to dresses and coats, expect to see cargo pockets, says Stylist.
Faux-leather legs are sure to hit the spot.
Jackie Condura, personal stylist and fashion blogger, told Insider that faux leather will continue to hit the shelves this year.
“Faux-lear leggings have gone viral, and this trend has emerged as one of the biggest of the season,” she says. They take everything with them.
She suggests dressing them up with a cute sweater and classic sneakers.
Blazers remain a popular trend.
Condura said this year people will continue to layer the pieces and top everything with blazers.
“Once reserved for the office, they’ve now moved beyond the boardroom and become a staple in fashion,” she told Insider, adding, “The 1990s revival and Y2K nostalgia for high gear and the obsession with fashion continue to inspire designers from that decade to come up with new innovations and ways to wear them.” “
According to the stylist, you can easily pair or dress down the jeans with casual denims.
Menswear is being reimagined in women’s fashion.
Fashion and clothing stylist Jazzy Styles says reimagined menswear is shaking up fashion’s workwear segment.
“Get ready for body-positive and conservative menswear-inspired fashion,” she said. She adds, “Now is the perfect time to upgrade our wardrobe with timeless pieces that will serve you for seasons to come. My favorites include leather wide-leg pants, and sweaters for workwear or the weekend.”
Leave a Reply