These Are The Trends You Should Know For This Spring 2023

Check out the six boldest fashion trends you’ll be definitely wearing this Spring.

Nensi Dojaka Spring 2023

Runway trends often forecast the styles that show up later in our homes. With the spring 2023 collections presented and seen in New York, London, Milan, and Paris, we took a closer look at six fashion months’ biggest trends that can easily be reflected in your space.

For this Spring 2023 season, luxury fashion brands, such as Tory Burch, Michael Kors, Dolce & Gabbana, Coach, Givenchy, and more, presented their collections at the four capitals. 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.

Underwear as outwear, purple hues, silver glamour and hooded style – these are just some of the top Spring 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 upcoming season. However, others have not changed so much. However, they do make a big comeback to our wardrobes. As a consequence, learning about the big new trends and taking inspiration from the runways become crucial to be in fashion.

It’s time to go big or go home this spring of 2023. So, check out the top six fashion trends you should know for Spring 2023.


One of the trickiest trends to wear, “underwear as outwear”, becomes one of the most fashionable and daring trends to try this spring 2023. Try it with corset tops and bonded bodice dresses. If you are an introverted person, you can also try a longline bralette under a blazer with high-waisted pair of tailored trousers. Amazing!

Nensi Dojaka Spring 2023

Spotted at: Christopher Kane, Erdem, Nensi Dojaka


Spring 2023 sees the purple hues command attention in a bright beautiful colour. Last season, it became one of the biggest fashion colour trends and now it is back! This colour adorned every kind of clothing piece, from dresses, trousers, miniskirts, and more.

Versace & Pamella Roland Spring 2023

Spotted at: Tory Burch, Ulla Johnson, Coach, Adam Lippes, Pamella Roland


Another trend extending its lifecycle from 2022 into 2023 was the hooded dressing. One of our favourite fashion trends, the hooded dressing is making a big comeback for the season. Luxury fashion brands such as Saint Laurent, Alberta Ferretti, Versace, and more, unveiled their collections and the hooded dressing did not disappoint. They graced the season with ease, adding a touch of necessary drama and energy to all the looks we saw on the runways.

Saint Laurent Spring 2023

Spotted at: Alberta Ferretti, Saint Laurent, Versace, Philosophy Di Lorenzo, Chet Lo


Body chain style continues its reign for this spring 2023. They give an extra touch to bikinis and one-piece swimsuits and for brightening up monochromatic dresses or other everyday looks.

Stella McCartney Spring 2023

Spotted at: Burberry, LaQuan Smith, Stella McCartney, Paco Rabanne


If there’s one colour to work into your Spring 2023 wardrobe, it’s rays of sunshine or yellow shades. The runway shows were awash with this colour hue which featured heavily in dresses from casual to cocktail. Designers LaQuan Smith, Gabriela Hearst, Badgley Mischka sent stunning yellow shades down the runway.

Moschino & LaQuan Smith Spring 2023