Spring is in the air and on the runway! There's that joyous feeling that makes you want to throw the windows wide open. And if you're like me, we're so ready to revitalize our wardrobe for everything spring, and of course, straight into summer.
You're probably a little fuzzy on what was trending on the runways at New York fashion week since we were still bundled in scarves and parkas, so here's a refresher on the 5 hottest fashion trends. From flowing styles and delicate fabrics, to utilitarian maximalism, there's something for everyone.
1. Statement Maxi Skirts
The age of the mini skirt/ midi skirt is not over, but it does share spotlight with its age-old rival. Across the spring runways, a clear look reigned the day: the statement maxi skirt. From Tory Burch to Brandon Maxwell, it was clear that floor-grazing hems in large prints, ruffles, and sparkles are all the fad.
Pair SPRWMN's White Silk Bias Maxi Skirt with metallic sandals and a loose tank and you'll be the talk of the town. Effortlessly chic and trendy, and perfect for combatting the coming heat.
2. The Cargo Pant: Utilitarian and Chic
Balance is the true ruler of fashion. In the past few years we've watched as mini purses have taken over the scene, bags so small they can fit only your credit card and lipstick. And so naturally, pockets have gotten bigger. The wild rise of the cargo pant has ushered in an era of utilitarian style. Designers are all about durable fabrics, boiler suits, and pockets on everything. Louis Vuitton added big pockets to a skirt at the top like a fanny pack, whereas Laquan Smith tackled the cargo pant in bold, bright colors.
Try wearing Nili Lotan's Yanic Cargo pants with a basic top and fun sneakers for a hip spring look.
The comeback kid of Spring 2023 fashion — the 80's. Inspired by the resurgence of the corset styles of last summer, this 80's are back and better than ever. Drop waist skirts and dresses filled the runways of Carolina Herrera, Sandy Liang, and Gabriela Hearst and stars embraced the look on the red carpet throughout award season. Loud, vibrant colors were seen across the runway, along with big puffy sleeves and balloon shaped skirts. Channel the era through fun pops of color and interesting silhouettes.
Rose Carmine's Little Jacket No Sleeves is the perfect transitional piece from winter to spring -- its weightier fabric wards off a cool breeze -- but its vibrant print thrusts you into the upcoming season.
Rose Carmine Little Jacket No Sleeves
4. Modern Boho
Flowy chiffon shirts, loose mini dresses with floral prints, handkerchief hemlines and paisley prints. The aesthetic that dominated the early 2000's, boho-chic, is starting its revival in full force. Designers like Isabel Marant are going "back to their roots" for spring 2023, bringing a modern take on boho back to the runways. Even among the top street style blogs, the fashion industry has noted on the boho renaissance. Keep your eye out for patchwork denim, suede boots, embroidered vest, and pastel florals.
Perfect for a day in the park or a picnic with friends, wear Alix of Bohemia's Zelda Pool Paisley Dress with comfortable sandals and simple jewelry for a fun, versatile look.
Alix of Bohemia Zelda Pool Paisley Dress
5. Wide Leg Pants Again
I'm sure you've noticed the resurgence of the wide leg pants, and are enjoying a bit of 90's nostalgia -- or having flashbacks to adolescence and JNCO jeans. Either way, wide leg pants are here to stay and they're only getting looser and more unstructured. Perfect for everyday dressing, a pair of satin wide leg pants has virtually endless styling potential.
Forte Forte's Shimmering Satin pants is perfect for the season ahead. A fun, bold color with an effortless feel. Wear with basic tops and a fun heel for grabbing drinks with friends.
Forte Forte Shimmering Satin Pants
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