Fashion trends is an ever-changing thing; it comes and goes, and comes back again. Nowadays, the internet and social media are such a huge part of fashion. They change what’s in style much more quickly than they used to. Making it very hard to predict how the styles will be 5 years from now. I may not be able to tell you what’s going to be in style, if you want that then ask my mother (she knows fashion best), but I can tell you what will make you stand out from the crowd.
What are your predictions for fashion and trends in 2023?
Fashion is an ever changing thing. It comes and it goes and it comes back again. Right now, with the internet and social media in the mix, fashion styles are changing at a much faster pace than ever before. It is hard to say what will be in fashion 5 years from now because that is so far out.
But I will try anyway.
My prediction for 2023 is that people will be getting away from the fashion trends of today, but not completely. I think people will be getting into a more unique style of dressing, something different than what is being worn today. I know that the younger generations are starting to dress differently already.
I also predict that both men and women will begin wearing more body jewelry like piercings and tattoos.
What colors are you wearing this spring/ summer?
The colors you wear can say a lot about you and reveal your personality. It is said that the colors we choose to wear, tell others how we feel in the moment, or what we want to achieve in life.
If you are wearing blue, it usually means you are trustworthy, faithful, sincere and always remain true to yourself. You are calm and sensitive to other people’s feelings and needs, with a genuine desire to help others.
When wearing red, you show your courage and strength, as well as your determination to achieve your goals. You are an extrovert who draws attention wherever you go. In addition, red can also mean that you have a fiery temper and cannot control your emotions.
Green symbolizes growth and renewal, which means that if this is one of your favorite colors you are optimistic about the future and expect positive changes in life. You are stable and balanced, honest and loyal.
Wearing yellow shows that you are a positive person with high self-esteem who doesn’t let setbacks define him/her. You enjoy socializing but also need time alone to re-energize yourself.
What do you think about the future of fashion?
I’m not sure, but I hope it’s a bright future for fashion.
I think that in the future, fashion will be much more open to diversity. The models that we see on the runways today are very slim and tall, but I hope to see more variety in the models of the future, so that everyone can look to someone they feel represents them.
I also think that in the future we will see a lot more clothes made out of recycled materials. Right now there is a lot of waste from clothing manufacturing that ends up in landfills, and I would love to see more eco-friendly clothes and labels. That will take some time though, so maybe we won’t see eco-friendly clothes for another few years.
What trends do you feel will be more popular in the next 10 years?
I think we’ll see more and more people dressing in a way that reflects their personal sense of style, rather than blindly following whatever the latest fashion trend is.
That said, I’m not sure how much fashion will change in the next 10 years. One thing that’s been true for many decades is that people have wanted to dress like movie stars and musicians. The rise of social media has just made this happen faster and on a larger scale than before.
I think we may see some changes in the way clothing is manufactured and distributed, though. It’s become clear that our appetite for cheap clothing has had a terrible effect on the environment and the people who make it. So I’d expect to see shifts in both sourcing and retailing of clothing to try to mitigate this damage.
Is there a trend that you think is about to become “cool”? What trend do you predict will be cool soon?
I’d say that the “normcore” trend that’s been floating around has caused a few people to look at their closets and go “hey, I already have one of these in a drawer somewhere…”
And consequently, it’s become more acceptable to wear athletic clothes like track pants and hoodies out in public.
I think it’s only going to get bigger.
What was your favorite color growing up?
I’ve never had a favorite color. I’ve always been drawn to a variety of hues for different reasons. Blue for water, black for night, white for snow, green for the trees, red for love and so on. My favorite color for fashion is whatever matches my mood or the environment I’m in.
In high school, I was known to wear black from head to toe. It wasn’t because it was my favorite color, but because it was an easy way to blend in with the crowd. I liked wearing jeans and a simple T-shirt with Converse sneakers — while everyone else wore baggy pants and flip flops.
As time went on, my style evolved and became more playful with the addition of prints and colors. So when people ask me what my favorite color is, i’ll answer based on what’s trending at that moment or what is most suitable for the weather or occasion.
How has a recent trend influenced your life?
Fashion is defined as a popular trend, especially in styles of dress and ornament or manners of behavior. The more popular something becomes, the more people begin to adopt it into their everyday lives. This can be observed in trends such as music genres, hair styles, clothing and accessories. These trends become part of a person’s style and identity.
As a student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I have encountered many students who pride themselves on being “basic.” The term basic refers to someone who follows the current trends in order to fit into society. However, they do not do this out of desire, but rather because they feel pressured to conform to what everyone else is wearing. In some instances, fitting in can be positive because it helps you make friends and find your place in society. But when it comes down to dressing yourself from head to toe in clothes that are made by large companies that you do not support, it can make you feel trapped in a cycle of following what everyone else does.
I personally am not against following some trends if I truly like them.Recommended1 recommendationPublished in