What to Wear – 2023 Fashion Predictions.

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Welcome to the runway of 2023, fashion lovers! As we kiss goodbye to the old and ring in the new, it’s time to take a stroll down the runway of the future and see what fashion trends are gracing us with their presence in the coming year. From upgraded denim to oversized blazers, and from sheer fabrics to cargo pants, get ready to be amazed and inspired to revamp your wardrobe. So, grab your front row seat, and let’s dive into the world of fashion in 2023!


1. Everything everywhere all about Denim

First on the list is the trend of Upgraded Denim. Denim has never gone out of style. But this year, denim is getting a major upgrade with the introduction of new cuts, colours, and finishes. Expect to see more high-waisted, wide-leg, and Flare-leg in all shades and designs. Also, look out for interesting finishes like frayed hems, embroidery, and patchwork. It’s time to say goodbye to basic blue denim and hello to stylish and unique denim pieces.

2. Professional but make it Fashion.

We’re seeing a growing trend of professional attire being given a fashion-forward twist. This trend is perfect for anyone who wants to look stylish while being professional. Expect to see more tailored blazers, trousers, and blouses in metallic colours and prints. Think of it as a way to express your personal style even while dressing for the office.



3. Sheer and Lace

Sheer is blinging and Lace is out on its way with full force. The trend of sheer and lace fabrics is set to take over in 2023. From dresses to tops to skirts, we’re seeing more and more clothing items being made from these delicate fabrics. It’s a great way to add a touch of femininity and elegance to your wardrobe. Expect to see more sheer blouses, lace dresses, and sheer skirts in the future.



4. Cargo pants.

Cargo pants are making a comeback in a big way, and we’re seeing designers incorporate these functional pants into their collections. This trend is perfect for anyone who wants to add a touch of utility to their wardrobe. Expect to see Cargo everywhere.



5. Novelty but luxury.

AKA, Lowkey luxury. Yes, you heard it right. This trend is all about adding a touch of luxury to everyday items. It’s about taking something that’s considered to be casual and making it high-end. Expect to see more designer collaborations with streetwear brands, as well as high-end designers creating their own streetwear collections. This trend is perfect for anyone who wants to add a touch of luxury to their everyday wardrobe.



6. Cut-outs.

Cut-outs are a great way to add a touch of edge and sexiness to your wardrobe. We’re seeing more and more clothing items featuring cut-outs in different shapes and sizes. Expect to see more cut-out dresses, tops, and skirts in the upcoming year.



7. Tailoring

Tailoring is making a massive comeback, and we’re seeing designers incorporate oversized blazers into their collections. This trend is perfect for anyone who wants to add a touch of structure and sophistication to their wardrobe. Get ready to give more power to your shoulders with oversized blazers in different colours, styles, and fabrics.



Overall, there are many exciting trends to look forward to in 2023. Each trend is unique and fun, and it offers something for everyone. So, get ready to update your wardrobe and have fun experimenting with new trends!




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