See All the Key Fashion Trends for Spring-Summer 2023

From sheer vibes to low-rise waists, discover all the trends you should try right now.

Victoria Beckham SS23

It’s time to talk about new season fashion trends!

As the last of the delightful May bank holidays has come to an end, we are cautious – yet optimistically – declaring that spring has finally arrived. With the official start of summer less than a month away, we can look forward to some blue skies and warmer weather.

If you’re like us and have spent most of this season wishing for sunny days, the sudden need to consider a summer wardrobe might have taken you by surprise. Fortunately, the fashion industry is always one step ahead, having already showcased their spring/summer 2023 collections and forecasting our new season wardrobes before we even had a chance to think about it.

For this Spring-Summer 2023 season, luxury fashion brands, such as Victoria Beckham, Miu Miu, Versace, Tory Burch, Michael Kors, Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, and more, presented their collections, showcasing what is hot trending this season. Not only did they showcase incredible runway shows, but they also revealed the trendiest pieces, textures, and colours to fashion editors, buyers, and style fans six months in advance of the season.

Sheer vibes (to add a touch of sexiness to your outfit), super sequins (to shine bright), low-rise waists (to look stunning on every occasion) – these are just some of the top SS 2023 fashion trends set to shape and dominate the season. There are some trends from last season, which have been developed, extended, and updated for the season.

Discover the top six fashion trends for Spring-Summer 2023 season.


The trend of sheer fabrics has been popular for several seasons, but it’s expected to be even more prominent for the spring/summer 2023 season. This trend involves using sheer fabrics for dress overlays to create a dramatic effect over a simple evening slip, or even for more daring lingerie-inspired pieces.

Victoria Beckham SS23

Spotted at: Erdem, Prada & Victoria Beckham – as well as Molly Goddard, Miu Miu, Valentino, Bottega, Chanel, Rejina Pyo, Nensi Dojaka, Cecilie Bahnsen, Susan Fang, Sinead O’Dwyer, KNWLS, Tom Ford, Sandy Liang, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Huishan Zhang, Fendi & Acne Studios


Super sequins are here to stay! Although sequins are typically associated with the holiday season, we can break the tradition and make this spring/summer 2023 the ideal time to add some sparkle and shine, wearing softer and lighter colour palettes pieces, such as pale pinks, nudes, and pastels.

Nensi Dojaka SS23

Spotted at: Nensi Dojaka, 16Arlington & Huishan Zhang, Chet Lo, Valentino, Area, Michael Kors, Tom Ford, Brandon Maxwell, Halpern, Richard Quinn


Considered one of the most popular fashion trends in the 90s, low-rise waists are back, and they are definitely going to define the season in style. This trend is applied in a variety of clothing items, including jeans, suits, shorts, and evening skirts.

Stella McCartney SS23

Spotted at: Givenchy, Stella McCartney & Zimmermann, Proenza Schouler, Nensi Dojaka & Sandy Liang


The new take on florals for the upcoming season: the Flower Mood. This year’s floral trend is more dramatic than the typical springtime prints, with a three-dimensional effect that extends beyond just shirts and shoulders. These florals are so bold that they can even take over your entire torso!

Loewe SS23

Spotted at: Loewe, Richard Quinn & Roksanda, Dior, Dries Van Noten, Nensi Dojaka, Carolina Herrera, Prada & Lela Rose


The spring/summer runway was dominated by a romantic colour trend that featured a soft sunset ombré effect, which unexpectedly became a hit. This trend showcased reds blending into oranges, yellows, and whites, providing a warm and optimistic contrast to the chilly winds outside during the September shows.

Ferragamo SS23

Spotted at: JW Anderson, GCDS & Zimmermann, Ferragamo & Courreges


A softer and more pastel candyfloss shade of pink is taking over the fashion world, offering a less intense and more sophisticated way to embrace this trend. Whether you choose to wear this shade from head to toe or simply incorporate some sweet pink accessories, it’s a wise decision to think pink.

Acne Studios SS23

Spotted at: Victoria Beckham, Acne Studios & Zimmermann – as well as Nensi Dojaka