It’s time to gather ideas, summarizing the must-haves seen on the catwalk months ago and take stock of the new trends for SS 2023. There are many ideas: denim worn 24 hours a day, lace, crochet and transparencies in black, oversized cuts and men’s suits . In terms of accessories, she always keeps the hobo bag, the xxl earrings rise in the standings, flat shoes and boots remain. The colors are pastel or acid, from red to black through yellow and shades of brown, and finally we saw fringes, sequins and flowers. So the question to ask is how to translate thoughts into words, or trends into concrete purchases for our wardrobe.
What can you buy on e-commerce
From Net a Porter some ideas arrive, given that the choices to supply their luxury e-commerce are made using the data obtained from monitoring the purchasing habits of their customers. According to these researches, it was first of all the iconic that influenced the choices pink collection by Valentino; in 2021, i.e. after the maison’s ss 2022/2023 show, sales of pink garments have in fact increased by 65% compared to the previous year. From Net to Porter also comes another cue: space for emerging talents. The greatest requests from their customers focus on elements such as comfort, longevity of the garments and practicality. Among the trends for the ss23 there are also: the maxi denim skirt90’s; the black jacket: Whether it’s a blazer, bomber jacket or jacket, the humble black jacket is a simple and elegant piece that elevates even the most grungy look. The big effect: the dress that shows everything is the choice in which to invest everything if you look at the choices of celebrities such as Hailey Bieber in Saint Laurent or Kaia Gerber in Alaïa. The motorcycle jacket: the leather one has always been a favorite and for spring it returns to vintage inspiration. The cargo pant: seen on many catwalks, it is the ideal garment to wear to work as for the weekend. The crochet dress: for beach or everyday looks, under a blazer. The short jacket: the must-have models are those of Loewe, Chloé, Versace, Isabel Marant and Stella McCartney. The duster: from Saint Laurent to The Row, the cuts are different. The low life: a clear continuation of the Y2K trend that we first saw taking hold for Spring Summer ’22. The bustier dress: clean, simple, 90s inspired.