9 Spring 2024 Fashion Trends We’ll All Be Wearing This Year

Spotted at: (L-R) Coperni, Victoria Beckham & Acne Studios – as well as at Valentino, Stella McCartney, Gabriel Hearst, Michael Kors, Prada, Dior, Christopher Esber, Ermanno Scervino & Christian Siriano.

COPERNI SS24

COPERNI SS24

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VICTORIA BECKHAM SS24

VICTORIA BECKHAM SS24

Peter White

ACNE STUDIOS SS24

ACNE STUDIOS SS24

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4. HIGH-RISE TROUSERS

Low-slung waists have been all over trend reports for several seasons now, but – and I can almost hear that sigh of relief from the millennials among us – it’s time to revisit the high-rise. In fact, if you subscribe to Loewe way of thinking, only the super-high-rise will do. Perfect for everything from officewear to dinners, date night to days out, the high-rise rule can be splashed out across your entire trouser repertoire whether you’re wearing jeans, sweats or tailoring. Invest in a great, timeless belt to elevate the look.

Spotted at: (L-R) Loewe, Moschino & Rokh – as well as at Philosophy de Lorenzo Serafini, Alaia, Chanel, 3.1 Philip Lim & Hermès.

LOEWE SS24

LOEWE SS24

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MOSCHINO SS24

MOSCHINO SS24

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ROKH SS24

5. ELEVATED SPORTSWEAR

Gone are the days when sportswear was reserved solely for sporting activities. In what is likely something of a hangover from the pandemic’s lockdown aesthetic of daily loungewear, sportswear staples have slowly been infiltrating our everyday wardrobes of late – but never more so than for spring 2024. Hooded sweatshirts are now supersized and have taken the place of casual day dresses, zip-up track-tops in monochrome are the perfect pairing piece for your favourite denim, and cropped leggings – somewhat reminiscent of the 60s pedal pusher – are a bona fide look to pair with heeled pumps. Comfort dressing? You don’t have to tell us twice.

Spotted at: (L-R) Gucci, JW Anderson & Johanna Parv – as well as at Miu Miu & Louis Vuitton.

GUCCI SS24

GUCCI SS24

Daniele Venturelli

JW ANDERSON SS24

JW ANDERSON SS24

Victor VIRGILE

JOHANNA PARV SS24

6. COMING UP ROSES

Florals… For spring… We know what you’re thinking. But before you go all Miranda Priestly on us, listen up. We’re not talking any old florals. This trend is strictly all about roses. Endless designers promoted the world’s most traditionally romantic stem on their spring/summer runways, with Simone Rocha, as ever, going one step further by incorporating real roses within many of her stunning, sheer gowns. Whether you go quite that far is up to you, but if you’re in a floral fashion mood this spring be sure to keep things strictly rosy.

Spotted at: (L-R) Richard Quinn, Alexander McQueen & Simone Rocha – as well as at Balmain, Christian Cowan, Zimmermann & Givenchy.

RICHARD QUINN SS24

RICHARD QUINN SS24

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ALEXANDER MCQUEEN SS24

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN SS24

Dave Benett

SIMONE ROCHA SS24

SIMONE ROCHA SS24

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7. METALLICS

Christmas – and with it party season – may well now be behind us, but it seems that that’s no reason to pack away the wardrobe. In fact, metallics will serve you and your outfits well for months to come as golds and silvers look set to be one of the hottest colour trends of 2024. Of course, this trend lends itself most comfortably to evening-wear, but with Miu Miu and Rabanne offering up perfect dressed-down iterations with clever layering there’s no excuse to skip this trend come spring.

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