Along with covetable fall pieces, this season’s runway shows featured plenty of clothing you likely already own.
The most popular fashion trends for fall in 2023 are here to help us press the reset button just when the summer’s most popular style themes have begun to seem stale. This season’s trend is being lauded as “quiet luxury,” or high-quality wardrobe staples that blend in without standing out. That’s not entirely incorrect, but it’s not the complete picture either. Bold hues, striking silhouettes and updated staples abound in this year’s autumn/Winter collections, which you can mix and match to create many new autumn ‘fit’ combinations.
Brands like Givenchy, Vivienne Westwood, and Gucci went so far above and beyond that we’re concerned about our bank accounts, even though there’s always a brand-new seasonal piece worth spending on. The main fashion trends for autumn 2023 were so opulent that they made us want to salivate. Do not ask us to choose a favourite appearance. It’s just not possible. But don’t worry, there are also several classic pieces in this season’s collection that you most likely already own.
Breathe some new life into your closet with these fall fashion trends, which you’re about to see everywhere. To interpret them with your existing wardrobe, you can also shop our trend edit below—and get a head start on this season’s most exciting pieces. These are the 2023 runway trends you need to know about now.
When the temperatures start to dip, it’s time to break out the leather jacket. But this season, why not elevate your leather game with a coordinated set that will make you feel like a fashion superstar? Take inspiration from brands like Brandon Maxwell and Coach, who showcased the power of leather blazers paired with matching maxi skirts on the runways. This trend adds a touch of sophistication to the classic biker jacket we all love. It’s like upgrading to the sophisticated big sister version of your favourite leather staple.
Get ready to show a little skin in the most stylish way possible. At fashion shows like Heron Preston, Coach, and Proenza, designers embraced the essence of sheer style. Whether it’s through classic mesh or romantic lace, this trend is making its mark on slip dresses, blouses, and so much more. It adds a touch of allure and elegance to any outfit. It’s perfect for those transitional weather moments when you want to feel stylish and confident.
While this trend may not be as suitable for the dead-on winter months, it’s a must-have for those in-between seasons when you want to make a fashion statement. So go ahead and embrace the sheer trend, and watch heads turn as you flaunt your fashionable side.
Guess what? Peplum tops are back in style and they are seriously fabulous. Designers like Tory Burch, Jil Sander, Brandon Maxwell, Dior, and Tove have brought back this silhouette in unexpected ways. Before you dismiss this trend from the early 2000s, let me assure you that it can look incredibly stylish, especially when paired with matching skirts or shorts, as showcased on the runways. Get ready to rock the peplum trend with confidence!
Prominent and structured bust cups took the spotlight on the Fall 2023 runways. Louis Vuitton, Vivienne Westwood, and Rokh showcased clever cut-outs, as well as feminine draping, putting the decolletage in the spotlight.
Get ready to paint the town red this fall and winter season. It’s no secret that every year, there’s a colour that dominates the fashion industry, and this time around, red is taking the throne. From Sandy Liang to PatBo, designers draped their models in shades of vibrant red, ensuring that you’ll be seeing this standout hue everywhere you go. Whether it’s just a pop of fiery colour or head-to-toe red, there’s no denying the boldness and confidence it brings to any look. And if you’re still in doubt, take a cue from the runways of Stella McCartney, Elie Saab, and Ester Manas, who embraced monochromatic looks in both cool and warm-toned reds, respectively. Every season, there’s a colour that takes the industry by storm.
This season, fashion brands like Philipp Plein, Gucci, and Givenchy are leaving slouchy turtlenecks behind and embracing structured, statement turtleneck tops. These tops are made with vibrant jewel tones and luxurious fabrics, creating a bold and eye-catching look. To enhance the neckline, Gucci and Givenchy have incorporated statement jewellery into their designs.