What Dress Trends Do We Need to Know About for Summer 2023?

Every time the weather warms up, I feel a strong need to look for the greatest summer dresses on the market.

Which can take weeks because I spend so much time sorting through the spring and summer 2023 fashion trends to discover the ones that will be timeless rather than a fad.

This year, though, I looked to the professionals to determine which sundresses I should be investing in, and my finds are truly unparalleled.

Fortunately, many of them correspond to the patterns that have already dominated the runways (and the streets) this season.

Summer 2023

“As the weather warms, garment components become shorter. “Cut-outs and Y2K nostalgia are reigning supreme this season,” says Andrew Gelwicks, a celebrity stylist and writer who has lately worked with performers such as Dixie D’Amelio, Uzo Aduba, and Chrishell Stause.

“Slim dresses with cut-outs are following the runway nostalgic trend.” This makes sense, given that cut-out dresses have lately appeared on the Met Gala red carpet on celebrities such as Kaia Gerber and Kacey Musgraves. Gelwicks advises customers to look for dresses with “chic cut-outs to add to your closet this summer.”

Fashion styles inspired by the early 2000s, on celebrities such as Olivia Rodrigo, have been more popular with the street style crowd.

Rodrigo has embraced the retro motif on her Sour concert tour, wearing vintage Betsey Johnson, fishnet tights, and micro little skirts.

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Gelwicks was quick to identify a couple of colors he’s been seeing around lately, in addition to the early aught’s enthusiasm and slinky cutout inspiration.

“Bold colors are keeping their place in this season’s trends,” adds Gelwicks. “Whether it’s day or night, pairing staple neutrals with a vibrant dress will fit nicely into the spirit of summer 2023.”

He emphasized “bright reds and yellows” in particular. To illustrate his argument, Gelwicks recently dressed Stause in a striking red one-shoulder Gaurav Gupta gown for the Selling Sunset reunion.

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