Spring 2023: Discover The Season’s Hottest Fashion Trends

We have gathered the key pieces, colours, accessories, and aesthetics to start this spring 2023 as stylish as possible.

Nensi Dojaka Spring 2023

It’s officially time to start counting down the hours to warmer days and planning which of the spring 2023 fashion trends we’re going to select for upgrading our wardrobes.

For Spring/Summer 2023, designers fresh off the fashion week runways by creating wearable yet interesting clothes with a shift towards effortless, hard-working pieces. Luxury fashion houses such as YSL, Ulla Johnson, Dior, Versace, Valentino, and Gabriela Hearst were just a few of the brands that defined an extensive list of trends and shades coming this Spring season.

Silver was clearly the most popular shade. It was featured endlessly in everything from shoes to coats to jewellery, as we could see on the runways of Sacai, Gucci, Valentino, and Paco Rabanne, among others. On the other hand, what’s dreamier than lace? SS23 looks to be a very sexy season, with boudoir details at the forefront of evening wear. Expect to see many pieces featuring lace or lingerie-inspired tops and dresses. Also, vibrant hues took over the Fall 2023 runways, from Sandy Liang and PatBo to Tory Burch and Wiederhoeft. Think shades from bright yellow to juicy reds with vibrant orange hues.

So, from ballet core to the return of grunge and other Y2K fashion trends like long denim skirts and colourful leggings, we had no shortage of options. So, here we leave you with the 6 spring fashion trends to wear in 2023.


Body jewellery is the most versatile element. There are so many ways to wear it to turn any outfit from simple to eye-catching. Recently, more designers like Stella McCartney and David Koma have noticed this trend and incorporated it into their looks, so the inspiration is everywhere.

Being the era of the low rise, it’s a good time to encourage you to wear this closet staple.

Paco Rabanne and David Koma Spring 2023

Spotted at: Burberry, LaQuan Smith, Stella McCartney, Paco Rabanne


Everywhere you looked on the spring 2023 runways, some version of lingerie as fashion could be found. We also saw it in the street style. The “underwear as pants” trend has become particularly popular among celebrities like Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber, who opt to wear shorts as pants or wear bikini underwear layered under opaque black tights for a little extra sex appeal. Try it with corset tops and bonded bodice dresses!

Nensi Dojaka and Christopher Kane Spring 2023

Spotted at: Christopher Kane, Erdem, Nensi Dojaka


The ’90s-inspired hooded dress has successfully hit high street stores and runways, which means we can all enjoy the nostalgic trend. Luxury fashion brands like Saint Laurent, Alberta Ferretti, Versace, etc., presented their collections and hooded dresses did not disappoint.

Chet Lo and Versace Spring 2023

Spotted at: Alberta Ferretti, Saint Laurent, Versace, Philosophy Di Lorenzo, Chet Lo


Spring 2023 sees the purple hues command attention in a bright beautiful colour. Last season, it became one of the biggest fashion colour trends and now it is back! This colour adorned every kind of clothing piece, from dresses, trousers, miniskirts, and more.

Pamella Roland and Coach Spring 2023

Spotted at: Tory Burch, Ulla Johnson, Coach, Adam Lippes, Pamella Roland


If there’s one colour to work into your Spring 2023 wardrobe, it’s rays of sunshine or yellow shades. The runway shows were awash with this colour hue which featured heavily in dresses from casual to cocktail. Designers LaQuan Smith, Gabriela Hearst, Badgley Mischka sent stunning yellow shades down the runway.

Jonathan Simkhai and Gabriela Hearst Smith Spring 2023

Spotted at: LaQuan Smith, Jonathan Simkhai, Gabriela Hearst, Veronica Beard, Badgley Mischka

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