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FASHION Fashion Trends To Ditch & Embrace in 2023 By Jamila Stewart, & Cioma Esui Like clockwork, it’s come time to ditch your old calendars and put up the new ones for yet another year. The bi-annual, dayslong gathering of shows across New York, London, Milan, and Paris, where the biggest trends of the next season ultimately find their start have all been concluded. The coming shows, of course, beg the question of which fashion trends will be set to dominate next spring, and some of the trends on the rise may already be a strong indication. While it’s true that the trend cycle shows no signs of slowing, most trends actually evolve into updated versions of themselves season after season rather than hitting a complete pendulum swing at once. A few Spring 2023 collections, such as Mowolola’s Paris Fashion Week debut, have already hit the runway, but the rest, and ultimately the bulk of trend evidence, is yet to come. Until then, we’ve left some thoughts on Spring 2023 fashion trends you may be able to expect ahead – and of cause, what you need to ditch. 1 Denim On Denim will Remain What it lacks in novelty, the denim on denim trend (en route to becoming the next It-combo), makes up for in versatility. Not so much just the Canadian tuxedo (standard jeans and a jacket) anymore, the future of denim on denim looks a little different – Think denim bralettes and corsets up top, and mini or maxi skirts as bottoms (and we can’t guarantee you won’t see a denim bikini, too.) For spring, skip blue denim and try out the trend in color with green, yellow or orange. 10

FASHION 2 3 Grunge From The Past If you’ve been secretly attempting to will away the collective nostalgia for 2000s fashion, better luck later in the year. While there aren’t any signs of Y2K dressing getting the boot anytime soon, Spring 2023 may come with a revamp of the aesthetic (and you can already find a few trendsetters on board) – Think trading in the Barbiecore and bedazzled jeans for edgier and sultrier counterparts of the era. Renewed Staples Maximalism has taken the front seat for a few seasons now, but if recent styles to hit the runway and blow up on social media are any indicator, we’re headed back to the basics. However, a staples boom never comes without a few twists to the norm — Think jeans with standout details such as cargo pockets or contrast stitching, taking styles such as cargo pants into dressier territories, and basic tops with deconstructed or asymmetric necklines. 11

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