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Want to look stylish in any weather? Here are eight seasonless 2023 fashion trends you need to have on your radar this year.


When it comes to 2023 fashion trends, there’s plenty to get excited about. If you don’t want the weather to come between you and looking *on point*, here are eight trends that you can rock all year round. Looking fierce, sis!


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Trend #1 / Cargo

Cargo, or utility, pants were huge in the Y2K era – which is making a major comeback. These genderless military-inspired pants style can give a cute outfit an edgy feel. They look great when paired with a crop top and give the look a feminine touch. 

Top and pants from Cotton On, sneakers from The Flipp and bag is stylist’s own.


Trend #2 / Silver Accessories

Gold has been dominating the jewellery scene for the last few years but silver – the preferred metal of the ‘90s, is back again. And not just when it comes to your jewels but your accessories, too. Spice up your 2023 wardrobe with silver shoes or a handbag (or both!).

Top from H&M, skirt from The FIX, shoes from MRP and bag from Zara.



Trend #3 / Digital Lavender

The colour authority – Pantone – selected Digital Lavender as their Colour of the Year for 2023. Not unlike last year’s shade – Veri Peri – it is a muted pastel purple which translates well when it comes to fashion. Bring this shade into your wardrobe by investing in fashion tees and accessories.

Top, jeans, bag and sunglasses from Cotton On and shoes from MRP.


Trend #4 / Soft Grunge

A seasonless 2023 fashion trend that will be dominating the year is the soft-grunge look – a softer, more modern and refined take on the grunge look from the ‘90s. It started with makeup (we can thank Euphoria for that!) and now includes our outfits, too.

Top, waistcoat and bag from Cotton On, pants and earrings from H&M, and shoes from MRP.


Want to know what to wear with your new corset top? Click here to find out how to style it.


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Trend #5 / Western

Yee-haw! Get excited because western looks are going to be huge in 2023. This will let you play around with some fun and iconic items, ranging from straw hats to tasselled sleeves to cowboy boots. Wear one at a time as a statement piece or, if you’re brave, match them together.

Jacket and hat from Cotton On, dress from Zara and boots from That Shoe Lady.


Trend #6 / DIY Denim

Nothing makes a garment more unique than customising it yourself. And when it comes to fashion DIY, denim is going to be getting a makeover in 2023. Sure, you can buy items that already have a handmade finish. Or you can roll up your sleeves and let your creativity flow.

Top from The FIX, jeans from Rethread, shoes from MRP, bag from Cotton On and earrings from Lovisa.


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Trend #7 / Sheer

Barely-there fabric that let a little extra skin shine through is forecasted to be one of the biggest 2023 fashion trends. These allow you to show off whatever you want underneath, from a bandeau top to lacy lingerie. Go bold in a sheer, floor-length dress or a delicate sheer blouse.

Dress from Style Rotate, clutch from The Flipp, earrings from Lovisa and shoes from Aldo


Trend #8 / New Shirt

Nothing looks and feels more chic than a crisp, white shirt. But in 2023, the traditional silhouette is out and interesting cuts are in, so it’s time to get experimental! These include everything from cropped, boxy styles to ones with cut-outs and modern shapes. 

Shirt from Zara , skirt from H&M, shoes from MRP and bag from Cotton On Yes, an all-neutral look can *totally* make an impact! Click here to find out how to put one together like a pro.

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