The Fashion Statements That Will Define 2023

The Fashion Statements That Will Define 2023 each new season comes a myriad of trends that will inevitably define the zeitgeist. While some will undoubtedly fade away, others are more likely to stick around longer than expected. As designer collections debut during fashion week, clear fashion trends start to emerge. From a continuation of feminine bow accessories to an influx of too-sheer-for-work slip dresses, Fall/Winter ’23 collections create a “choose your own adventure” game plan when it comes to navigating the season ahead.

Whether you’re looking to revamp your closet with a few new staples or are completely redesigning your look, we rounded up the eight fashion statements that will be defining 2023.

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With fears of a global recession and ongoing conflict in the Middle East, designers are snuggling up to a cozy fabric: fur. The trend was spotted across the S/S 23 and F/W 23 runways of Givenchy, Coperni, A.W.A.K.E Mode, and Gucci, but it’s also been adopted by the street-style crowd—most notably Rosalia who wore hers with striped fuzzy sneakers from BlueMarble at the beginning of the year.

2. Cargo Pants

Utilitarian wear is having a moment, but it’s no longer the shapeless, low-rise pants of the Y2K era. Instead, cargo pant silhouettes are tailored with interesting pocket placements and elevated fabrics like silk and organza. Plus, the color palette extends beyond the khakis and olives that are often associated with utilitarian wear, with hues such as scarlet and oxblood becoming popular among both established and emerging brands alike.