With spring around the corner, the time is right to refresh your wardrobe with this year’s latest trends. From soft tailoring and functional styles to floral motifs and vibrant prints, this season is all about shedding old dressing habits and adopting a smart yet relaxed approach to your everyday wear.
Related: 5 runway-approved men’s fashion trends to try this summer
Tailored outfits continue to be a leading menswear trend for spring. Pinstriped shirts, unstructured jackets, and single-pleated trousers sighted on the runway at Lanvin, COS, Louis Vuitton, and Ralph Lauren. However, tight and fitted silhouettes are being replaced with loose, boxy fits that adjust to your body’s natural movement, offering long-lasting comfort whether you’re WFH or heading into the office.
When it comes to accessories, it’s time to stow away your satchels and backpacks this spring—men’s hobo bags and crossbody bags are having a solid moment. From Jil Sander to Lanvin, we’re seeing gender-neutral bags in muted hues and surprising pastel shades dominating the runway.
Ahead, we handpick the best fashion trends for spring 2023 that need to be on your radar.
Whether in the board room or at home online on Zoom, get decked up in sharp cotton shirts in pinstripes or solid hues. Layer it with a lightweight overshirt for a casual-meets-cool look. Team it with single-pleated trousers in a complementing hue or stay in your loungewear pants if you’re working remotely.
Pro tip: Go up a shirt or pant size for a truly comfy outfit.
As the seasons change, you might find yourself planning a hike, a trail run, or an outdoor workout. Take style cues from Zegna and VTMNTS, who showcase fashion-forward performance outerwear made with waterproof and reflective fabrics to counter harsh weather conditions. Top it off with your favourite baseball cap and you’re good to go.
Pro tip: Bright colours like yellow are a major trend to wear for outerwear this spring.
Photo Credit: Zegna/Instagram
Photo Credit: VTMNTS/Instagram
Spring fashion trends: Floral Motifs and Prints
Wearing florals for spring may not be a groundbreaking trend. But adapting the fresh look for your tailored suits is definitely one to try. Spotted at Louis Vuitton, floral appliquéd blazers, coats, and trousers adorned with thistle bouquets in mauve and cerulean painted a whimsical picture reminiscent of flower fields in France. Meanwhile, at Dior, floral prints of blossoms and lilies of the valley lent an optimistic feel to zip-up jackets, shorts, and more.
Pro tip: Pair the busy prints with solid-hued separates for a balanced look.
Photo Credit: Louis Vuitton/Instagram
The Sweater-Over-Shoulder Look
At Ralph Lauren and COS, sweaters became a stylish accessory to throw over the shoulder. While the former went for a semi-formal shirt-and-pant outfit in all-white, the latter experimented with a white sweatshirt, black trousers, and a grey cashmere sweater for a pared-back look.
Pro tip: A single knot of the sweater sleeves should suffice.
Photo Credit: Ralph Lauren/Instagram
Colourful Accessory Bags
This bold and eclectic fashion trend for spring 2023 requires you to replace your old rucksack with a carry-all hobo or crossbody bag. On the runway, we sighted accessory bags at Jil Sander and Lanvin in mellow yellow shades that are sure to make a statement no matter where you go.
Pro tip: Contrast your bright bag with a neutral colour palette.
Photo Credit: Jil Sander/Instagram
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