2023 Styles Trend: Oversized Everything
Gen Z has already banished the skinny jean from their closets, and Rayburn thinks they're onto something. With oversized blazers and extra-large shirts trending on the TikTok For You page every other day, Rayburn predicts the oversized trend will only grow in strength next year, with even the bottom of our pants expanding. So here’s to embracing flared bottoms and wide-leg jeans in 2023.
2023 Style Trend: Corsets, Corsets, Corsets
Katia Barros, cofounder of popular fashion brand Farm Rio, says the Victorian-era corset looks aren't going anywhere. The trend has been seen recently on celebs like Kim Kardashian and Bella Hadid and is set to stick around next year. “We love the tight-to-the-body, smocked corset dresses with that sexy yet cool look,” Barros tells Glamour.
2023 Style Trend: Sheer Fabrics
Rayburn and fashion stylist Audree Kate López concur: Sheer fabrics are en vogue. “We saw a lot of this pop up in 2022, and it will continue in 2023 with the lace trend, rhinestones, and sheer panels in clothing,” she tells Glamour. With this comes plenty of layering, both on top and underneath. It's time to ask yourself, “Am I ready for a peekaboo bra moment?” (The answer: yes!)
2023 Style Trend: Cutouts
Love it or hate it, Barros says that the cutout trend is here to stay. Whether it’s a keyhole in the front of a shirt or a dramatic waist situation, you’ll be seeing even more of this controversial trend in 2023.
2023 Style Trend: Minidresses and Skirts
The death of the maxidress has finally arrived, at least according to Rayburn. She’s predicting shorter hems taking over the fashion world next year. “Minidresses, tailored skirts, and skirts with cutouts are all styles I think we’ll see more of,” she says. Yes, this means micro miniskirts are coming back with a vengeance.