11 Pre-Fall 2023 Trends To Put On Your Moodboard, STAT

Major wardrobe inspiration ahead.

Victoria Beckham

Designers around the world are releasing their between-seasons collections this month, giving fashion obsessives a sneak preview of what’s likely to come when February fashion month hits. Click through for 11 Pre-Fall 2023 trends to keep in mind for the year ahead.


Cargo-Inspired Designs

ICYMI, cargo pants prevailed throughout 2022. For 2023, the trend will evolve into novel utilitarian designs inspired by the silhouette — midi and maxi skirts, matching sets, and more — as seen in collections from Diesel, Givenchy, and Brandon Maxwell. Givenchy

Monochromatic Suiting

According to designers at The Row, LAPOINTE, and Et Ochs, your tailored ensembles should be fully monochromatic next year (so make sure to stock up on color-coordinated blazers, pants, and shirts in the months ahead). Brandon Maxwell


Speaking of hybrid wearables, get ready to slip into multi-functional two-in-one pieces in the months to come. For evidence, look to Victoria Beckham, who offered several takes on the trendy pantaboots in her latest collection.Victoria Beckham

Everything Sheer

If you’ve been wearing see-through garments nonstop in 2022, good news: The look is sticking around for awhile. Fashion houses like Chanel, Oscar de la Renta, and The Row have all included sheer dresses, tops, and skirts in their Pre-Fall 2023 collections.Chanel


As far as dressing for special occasions goes, you’ll want to keep an eye out for voluminous bows. Fashion houses like Givenchy, Markarian, LoveShackFancy, and more have all put these sweet details on their occasion-appropriate offerings.ERDEM


Many designers, including Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler, and Givenchy, incorporated fringe — by way of both embellishment and all-over texture — into their collections.Oscar de la Renta

Thigh-High Slits

By now, it’s become clear that sensual dressing will carryover from 2022 to 2023. A number of fashion houses, ranging from Diesel to Carolina Herrera, had a vision for sultry thigh-high slits for Pre-Fall 2023.LAPOINTE

Strapless Pieces

All evidence suggests that strapless dresses — which have been a rising trend since summer 2022 — will hit the peak of their relevance for Pre-Fall 2023. What’s more, this trend will extend not only to dresses and gowns but tops, too.Carolina Herrera

Halter Necklines

Don’t love strapless silhouettes? Not to worry — designers like Proenza Schouler, Et Ochs, and Lafayette 148 New York offered halter necklines as an equally shoulder-bearing alternative.Lafayette 148 New York

Opera Gloves

Designers like Moschino and ERDEM confirmed that the opera gloves trend is here to stay a little longer — and, perhaps, it may even evolve into hybrid designs. Et Ochs, for instance, presented this blazer-meets-gloves silhouette as part of its Pre-Fall 2023 range.Et Ochs


It looks like the disco fashion nostalgia will continue into the Pre-Fall 2023 season by way of shimmering sequin garments. Brandon Maxwell, LAPOINTE, and Carolina Herrera have all worked the glitzy material into their latest creations.LoveShackFancy

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