Fashion Colour Trends That Are Ruling The Season

These are the 5 colours you should be trying this Summer.

Fashion Colour Trends.

Summer is the perfect time to experiment with bold and striking colours that can take your wardrobe to new heights. Fashion Week showcased the latest trends for Spring-Summer 2023, drawing inspiration from the radiant sunshine, blooming flowers, and longer days of the season.

This year’s colour palette is all about being bold and daring, with shades like olive green, classic cobalt, soft blue and bold red dominating the runway. If you prefer a softer look, pastel hues or powder blue are also in trend this season, bringing a sense of joy and playfulness to any outfit.

As the weather transitions, it’s a perfect opportunity to take inspiration from top designers like Valentino, Victoria Beckham, Jason Wu, and Carolina Herrera, who showcased bright red, gentle powder blue, and soft butter yellow on their runways. These colours can be styled neutrally or as a pop of colour, allowing for endless possibilities to express your unique style.

See some of the hottest fashion colour trends to try out this summer season!


Barbie pink is still a dominant trend this season, but the fashion colour trends for 2023 are leaning towards paler and more subdued shades of pink. There is a resurgence of soft, feminine pinks in fashion collections, offering a range of clothing items, accessories, and cosmetics that reflect this new trend. Dresses, blouses, skirts, and coats in these softer pink hues allow individuals to embrace their femininity and express a more subtle form of self-expression.

Courtesy of Versace.

As seen at Stella McCartney, Vetements, and Fendi Couture.


Embracing the pastel palette of the season, Spring runways were awash with powder blue, a versatile tone that can serve as both a neutral backdrop and a captivating pop of colour. Deveaux amplified the saturation, presenting head-to-toe colour looks, while Victoria Beckham offered a perfect balance of pigment, providing a colourful alternative to traditional springtime whites. Regardless of your style, powder blue stands as a definite must-have for this season.

Courtesy of Stella McCartney.

As seen at Victoria Beckham, Givenchy, Hermès


As Barbie Pink takes a step back, its deeper-toned sister emerges, bringing the commanding allure of red to the forefront. Alexander McQueen is at the forefront of this trend, designing power jumpsuits in this bold hue, while Akris opts for flowing dresses in the same captivating shade. Red has never been more stylish and commanding.

Courtesy of Loewe.

As seen at Michael Kors, Alexander McQueen, Akris, Valentino, and Alaia.


Designers are embracing the simplicity of cobalt for the spring season. This bold and vibrant blue hue, one of the primary colours on the wheel, offers a refreshing return to basics. It’s a great option for those who prefer a more subdued approach to their wardrobe and may be less inclined to venture into brighter and sunnier shades.

Courtesy of David Koma.

As seen at Akris, Carolina Herrera, Rokh, Loewe, and David Koma.


Green can be a challenging colour to style, so designers have taken an adventurous approach to this spring’s colour trend. Some have embraced timeless Kelly greens or soft mint tones, while others have boldly incorporated vibrant acidic hues into their designs.

Courtesy of Victoria Beckham.

As seen in Victoria Beckham, Lela Rose, Alberta Ferretti, and Brandon Maxwell.