In the fashion world, summer is drawing to a close and while that is unfortunate, a new season calls for updated fashion trends that will soon take over the streets and the Internet. Although it is fantastic to be fashionably late, we’d rather be trendsetters than followers. Below, we’ve curated the top 10 fall trends and where to shop them ahead of the curve.
From drab to fab, office attire has been reimagined with daring silhouettes, sheer fabrics, cut-outs and shorter hemlines. While the workroom hardly calls for a big entrance, it never hurts to strut in with impeccable style.
The lines of modesty are officially blurred and there is no shame in rocking bralettes, hotpants and camisole dresses as actual clothing now. Of course, laws in Singapore still apply so try this scandalous trend with caution.
It’s giving peak “Wednesday” energy, pixie vibes and witchy glamour. Be it black lace, satin or latex, the goth subculture is back and better than ever with irresistibly cute details and sensual designs.
Quiet luxury is on everyone’s lips and designers are taking the assignment seriously with updated codes on how to dress minimally yet stand out amongst the crowd. This season, denim paired with basics make a triumphant comeback with pants and jumpsuits leading the charge.
Prints have made an unexpected comeback this year, tickling our brains with mystical themes, illusions and wacky motifs. While minimalism is creeping its way back into the mainstream, there is no harm in embracing the bold.
It’s all about the drama in 2023 but we only want to welcome it through our closets. Peplum skirts and dresses accentuate the waist and hips while delivering an air of elegance that will definitely catch some well-deserved attention on the streets.
Showing skin is in. Be it a deep V or a scooping cowl, rock that décolleté with a plunging neckline that leaves little to the imagination.
Tartan garb exudes class and a level of sophistication that is often hard to pull off but no fret, add asymmetry and other grunge elements to modernise the beloved pattern that has existed for generations.
The cold can never stop a fashionista from pulling out their best look and that will literally be the case when donning off-shoulder tops and dresses. Go full ‘80s with options sporting voluminous sleeve details to truly make a statement.
Layering never goes out of style and it is easy to execute – all you will need is a printed top and a spaghetti-strap maxi or midi dress or even a colourful jumpsuit to look like your best chic self. If you’re feeling risqué, go sheer instead.
This article was originally published in Harper’s Bazaar Singapore.