5 Fashion Trends That Will Dominate In Spring 2023

From underwear as outwear to metallic finishes.

Yves Saint Laurent Spring 2023

After six months of spring runway collections revealing everything we should expect for the upcoming season, the most important fashion trends of 2023 have begun to be evewhere, from stores even to our closets. March marks the beginning of warmer weather, longer days and most importantly, spring fashion.

As we expected, trends are taking a utilitarian turn, with cargo pants, denim and wearable silhouettes, all backed by the collections seen at New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Week.

Spring/Summer 2023 marks the re-establishment of simplicity and everyday wear in our closets, with brands such as Bottega Veneta, Valentino, The Row and Ferragamo embracing simplicity in their collections and clearly anticipating that customers will embrace this approach to dressing. In addition, almost all designers experimented with very thin fabrics and sheer pieces, as we saw in Nensi Dojaka, Erdem or Christopher Kane’s runway shows. Metallic prints, vibrant colours and hooded style are some of the boldest fashion trends we couldn’t miss this year.

Choosing what to wear this year may be an overwhelming task, especially when there are so many fabulous looks showcased on the runway and red carpets.

That’s why we rounded up the six most wearable trends for Spring 2023.


Another trend extending its lifecycle from 2022 into 2023 was the hooded dressing. One of our favourite fashion trends, the hooded dressing is making a big comeback for the season. Luxury fashion brands such as Saint Laurent, Alberta Ferretti, Versace, and more, unveiled their collections and the hooded dressing did not disappoint. They graced the season with ease, adding a touch of necessary drama and energy to all the looks we saw on the runways.

Saint Laurent and Alberta Ferretti Spring 2023

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


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.

Badgley Mischka and Moschino Spring 2023

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


One of the trickiest trends to wear, “underwear as outwear”, becomes one of the most fashionable and daring trends to try this spring 2023. Try it with corset tops and bonded bodice dresses. If you are an introverted person, you can also try a longline bralette under a blazer with high-waisted pair of tailored trousers. Amazing!

Christopher Kane and Erdem Spring 2023

Spotted at: Christopher Kane, Erdem, Nensi Dojaka


Body chain style continues its reign for this spring 2023. They give an extra touch to bikinis and one-piece swimsuits and for brightening up monochromatic dresses or other everyday looks.

Burberry and David Koma Spring 2023

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


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.

Versace and Ulla Johnson Spring 2023

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