Even though Copenhagen is showing its autumn/winter collection for 2023 this week, there were a number of striking trends that cannot be missed this summer. From trends that we already encounter to trends that we haven't seen for a long time: we're getting you ready for this spring.
As for myself, since September fashion week I am already sourcing outfits for the upcoming season. Just let it be that these can be spotted on the runway in Copenhagen this week… I served you the best trends you can easily create at home.
1 Big Skirts
'It's the year of the maxi skirt', Vogue UK quoted. While the mini skirt dominated last summer, its sister, the maxi skirt, is one of the biggest trends for the summer of 2023. Wear it to a dinner party with a chic tank like A. Roege Hove showed, or go casual and pair it with a tee. Sorry, micro-minis.
Source A. Roege Hove
2 Denim on denim on denim
Starting off with our favorite: Denim on Denim. The full denim trend is a must this summer, and here's why. From cargo pants to a full denim look, we're covering ourselves massively in 90s fashion this summer. Full denim is by far our favorite, and also easy to recreate at home. The long denim skirt is the most favorite, and you (or your mom) probably already have it in your closet(!!). During Copenhagen Rabens Saloner showed us how it's done.
Source Rabens Saloner
3 I only see grey
So it looks like gray is a must-have in your wardrobe, we already saw the color in abundance during the September fashion weeks. I have to say: I am slightly obsessed. Thank god we will take the grey through to next spring. Do you know what the good news is? Gray can be combined with everything, so probably you will enjoy your grey items for years to come. Go for the 'grey on grey' as spotted at the Garment AW23 show, or combine it with a colored bag, you choose!
Source the Garment
4 Lace it up
Spice it up. Lace it up. In my opinion, that means basically the same. I get that lace is a rather daring trend, but that doesn't mean you can't incorporate it into your look in a different way. Combine your knit with a satin skirt with lace trim, et voila! Or go for the lace look spotted at the Baum und Pferdgarten show to make an entrance ;).