Top Glitz Media Fashion Trends to Watch Out For in 2023

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From the viral mini skirt to biker boots, from the spray paint dresses to graphic prints, it is time to bid farewell to 2022, and welcome 2023 which brings with it new trends and styles. Below are some top fashion trends to watch out for:

Upcycled Denims: As they rightly say, denims never go out of style. To top this, upcycled clothing in the fashion industry is a trend that is picking up fast. Upcycled denims not only add to the charm but are also light on the planet.

Credit: Miu Miu
Roperro

Back to office bags: The time to sit at home working in your sweatpants is finally over, so spacious office bags will finally see the light of day. Structured, boxy bags that do not compromise on style or space are going to be the major trend for 2023.

Missoni

Gender Neutral fashion: Gender-enforcing clothes are slipping out of fashion as stylistic choices of even celebrities like Zendaya, Harry Styles have shifted towards a more queer, experimental approach. There will be more experiments that will break the boundaries of fashion and gender stereotypes.

Valentino

Viva Magenta: It is safe to say that Pantone’s colour predictions have a way of making it to the fashion charts. Adding a pop of pink to the fashion trends, this year’s colour Viva Magenta’is all about being brave, fearless and vivacious.

Mini Handbags: Another trend that could dictate the next in handbags would be the ‘experience’ of carrying one i.e. a major shift towards handheld bags. The latest runway featured a lot of handbags being carried in hand as against slings or over the shoulder.

Roperro

Corset:  Corset from the Victorian Era will be a huge comeback in the year 2023. They can elevate into a power fit or be a simple yet glamorous evening slip.

Dion Lee

Trends picked by: Arpita Katyal, CEO, Roperro

Roperro is a ‘Made in India’ fashion label by Arpita Katyal, a US-returned fashion entrepreneur. Arpita was recognized as the ET Global Indian leader for 2022.

Arpita Katyal
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