5 Best Easily Emulated Spring-Summer Fashion Trends For 2023

spring-summer fashion trends

The runways’ most notable spring-summer fashion trends for 2023 were simple to replicate. Consider Kate Moss at Bottega Veneta wearing trousers and a plaid shirt. Easy-to-replicate trends are welcome in a time when it’s important to “purchase less, choose better, and make it last,” in the words of the late, great Vivienne Westwood. Cargo pants, check button-up shirts, denim, and similar items last longer than, say, a retina-searing neon minidress.

Let the most recent catwalks serve as inspiration for you to pull out some treasures from your own closet or to make an investment in items that are both “in style” and long-lasting.

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The ideal assemblage of spring-summer fashion trends

It truly does pay to keep things simple sometimes, as Kate Moss’s appearance at Bottega Veneta demonstrated. Following her runway debut, the British super had us grabbing for checkered shirts and jeans—one of the season’s unexpected trends for spring/summer 2023.

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Pockets galore of spring-summer fashion trends

As seen on skirts at Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton, bouclé tweed separates at Chanel, and khaki overshirts at Burberry, pockets were a big trend during the presentations. The important point? More is always better.

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Incredibly low-rise fashion trends

If you wore low-rise pants the first time, you might be apprehensive about wearing them again. Recommendation from us? Before going out in public, try on your favourite pair (if you still have them) in the privacy of your house.

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Slanted hemlines spring-summer trends

Think about the hottest trends for 2023: dipped maxis, curved hemlines, and thigh slits. Use a sewing machine and a pair of scissors to give an old skirt new life (and a fresh angle).

2.0 Grunge spring-summer fashion trends

Grunge 2.0 is planned, so get out your favourite Dr Martens and your favourite pair of fishnets. Think worn-in hosiery, damaged knits, clashing checks, and plenty of attitudes to march into 2023.

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By Ishita Singh

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