Like every year at this time, when winter is almost over, it’s the right time to start thinking about the trends for spring/summer. Let’s start with the trending colors: as we know, every year there are shades that return from the previous season and new shades that become must-haves. If you’re looking to freshen up your spring/summer wardrobe, keep an eye on these trending colors that will add a cooler touch to your style.
Grass green promises a hype similar to that triggered by Valentino pink this year. Whether it’s Giambatista Valli, Valentino, Fendi or Elie Saab, the list of fashion labels that are going green in 2023 is long. And rightly so: the fresh shade is perfect for bold color blocking looks, also with pink and yellow tones. When combined together, different shades of green also result in a harmonious overall picture.
Ice blue will conquer our wardrobes in spring-summer 2023. Pantone has also discovered this trend and included the color Airy Blue in the trend report. Anyone who likes pastel tones will love this color trend. The light blue is best combined with sorbet colours.
Beige Is Trending
For a long time, beige was considered conservative and colorless. Labels like Miu Miu, Valentino or Hermès revive monotonous looks. However, it is important to combine modern designs with street style influences. The windbreaker can be worn in an oversized look or the costume can be given a new silhouette. Pro tip: Dark brown accessories enhance the light looks.
The color Very Peri was the color of the year 2022, next year purple can be worn much lighter. Dresses in a light crocus tone are in trend for spring. The color is particularly suitable for spring and summer types, which can be recognized by their rather light complexion and blond to medium brown hair. People with a darker complexion are best off with a bright purple.
At the end of each year, Pantone chooses the color of the year. The color “Viva Magenta” with the code 18-1750 was selected for the coming year. This message was published on the Instagram account on December 2nd. The color is described as: “Vibrant with verve and power, a hue rooted in nature and derived from the red family, demonstrating a new signal of strength.” Designers have also discovered this strength for themselves. Expressive looks in the warm-cold shade of pink can be found at Versace, Del Core and Pluto.
How you combine red is actually a matter of taste. Anyone who likes to stand out from the crowd wears the trend color from head to toe. Otherwise, red is the perfect companion to black, white or brown. The shade also looks great in a color blocking look in combination with other bright nuances, such as orange or pink.