The Style Edit: Spring 23 Trends Part 2

Get ready to update your wardrobe because the trends for Spring 2023 have officially been set! Whether you’re a fashion lover or just love keeping up with the latest styles, here’s what you need to know this season. From choices that include hits of dopamine to the art of tonal dressing, we’ve got the inside scoop on the top trends you need to follow to stay in style.

Let’s dive in and discover the second batch of trends for Spring ’23!

 

Written by: Katherine Hugo

 

Trend 5: Chunky Soles

Bigger is better when it comes to soles this season. Sneakers have already made the mainstream move, and now it’s time for the classics.  This season we see stomp-worthy soles on timeless styles, from loafers to Oxfords.

Editor’s Choice: Double Monk Chunky Loafer

 

 

Trend 6: Summer Stripes

Stripes dominated the menswear runway this season from suiting and shirts to knits and tees. From striped sets to accent pieces, horizontal, vertical, slim or chunky – stripes are it for summer.

Editor’s Choice: Block Stripe Tee

 

The Trend 7: Tonal Dressing 

Sure, tonal dressing is nothing new, but the seasonal take on the trend sees lighter hues of the same shade paired together for a co-ord look. Pick a colour and wear various shades to hit this trend on the head or go all the way and dress from top to bottom in one neutral hue.

Editor’s Choice: Tonal Utility Co-Ord

 

Trend 8: The Reinvention Of Tailoring:

Dressing up is back and polished tailoring is in. Oversized cuts, utility details, light colours and patterned pieces take suiting from stuffy to vibing. However, not only did the suit itself get an update, the rules to wearing one also got reinvented – from adding a tee, to ditching the shirt completely to even wearing it with trainers. The humble two-piece, this season, has taken on a new shape and goes out into the world with modern styling. 

Editor’s Choice: Utility Suit

There’s all you need to know about the trends for the spring 2023 season.

 

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