06 Feb The 2023 Gen-Z Fashion Trends We Can’t Wait To Try
This is your cue to branch out and try something different Many of us enjoy trying out new styles. Even if it seems daunting at first, branching out from your usual wardrobe staples is a great way to shake up your normal routine, discover new things about your own personal style, and learn something new about yourself every week. If you’re not usually the type to try new things, consider this your New Year’s resolution to do just that! After all, many of the most anticipated 2023 Gen-Z Fashion Trends have already been spotted on your favorite local it-girls and guys.
In need of some fashion inspo? Here are the top seven fashion trends from Generation Z that you need to try in 2023.
Everyone has been fixated on this ultrafeminine style since Greta Gerwig announced she would direct a Barbie movie. This style is commonly associated with small, girly items like miniskirts, flimsy dresses, and the color pink, as suggested by the name.
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As 2023 approaches, the Y2K fad shows no signs of abating. Though flashy items from the aughts are incorporated into this style (think: baby tees and chunky heels), the foundation of this look is basics like denim and pleated skirts. Because of the emphasis on individuality in today’s culture, OOTDs can be easily customized to reflect a person’s unique sense of style.
This year, 2022, saw the rise of cutesy fashion movements like cottagecore, soft girl, and lolita. All of these elements come together to form the coquette aesthetic, which is a formula for feminine, playful elegance. This style heavily features feminine touches, such as lace, pastels, frills, and pearls.