The Spring-Summer 2023 trends have completely changed the look of men’s fashion, bringing in new styles from Paris, Milan, London, and New York. Let’s look at what’s hot this season with Alishirts.
Fashion-forward men always lead the way in men’s fashion trends. For the Spring-Summer 2023 season, they have started to combine trends from different cities into their wardrobe, from going shirtless under workwear and short-sleeved shirts under the summer sun to the ever-expanding baggy jeans, flared pants, and short shorts. Let’s take a look at what’s trending this season with Alishirts.
The Rise of Baggy
Justin Bieber propelled baggy jeans in 2022. The biggest brands still feature baggy designs in their collections, from Louis Vuitton’s wide-leg jeans to JW Anderson’s fitted thigh and flared hem jeans. The best part about this trend? It’s incredibly comfortable
Perhaps inspired by sci-fi movies (Dune, Moonfall, The Adam Project), or maybe designers binge-watch classic Star Trek episodes – shiny metallics have appeared on the runway multiple times. British designer Bianca Saunders introduced a flashy silver boxy suit and Etro’s billowy and vibrant shirt, while Erdem’s sleeveless sequin top and matching pants are also worth mentioning.
Bare Chest with Sophisticated Suit
It’s clear that men’s fashion has become more daring and sexier in the most sophisticated outfits. Recently, Tiger of Sweden introduced slim-fit suits with nothing underneath, while Ahluwalia in London created open-chest gilet shirts. Versace had models walking down the runway in extravagant printed suits with bare chests. Fendi suggested (separated) suits without a shirt, and Saint Laurent’s vests featured wide shoulders emphasizing the chest. Meanwhile, Dolce and Gabbana showed off a little skin on the upper torso.
Vibrant Neckties Back in Men’s Fashion
Although neckties are no longer required in the office, they are still all over the men’s fashion runway. Kenzo, Nigo, and Paul Smith featured striped ties with preppy shirts, Dries Van Noten predicted the comeback of the skinny Pete Doherty tie, Dolce and Gabbana stuffed ties into high-waisted pants, Moschino played with patterns, and Canali used pastel preppy colors. MSGM was the boldest, with models wearing not one but two bright ties.
Double Denim and Men’s Fashion
You may recall Ryan Gosling wearing denim in Barbie: The Movie. That happened on the runway, as Prada combined Western-style shirts with seamless jeans, and Givenchy featured sleeveless denim jackets and distressed jeans. All of which created a personalized style that was contemporary and relatable for any true fashion lover.
Cool Crop Tops Invading Men’s Fashion
Crop tops invaded men’s fashion in 2022, creating a strong trend never seen before. In 2023, the gender-bending wave continues, and edgy and fashionable followers always hunt for this item.
MSGM led the way with a cut-out shirt, and the same happened at Thom Browne’s show. Spain’s Alled Martinez introduced a sexy T-shirt for men, and Mowalola and Celine also had standout designs. Wooyoungmi featured vests paired with cropped mesh T-shirts
Purple Dominating Men’s Fashion
Runways were filled with various shades of purple. A single magenta belt jacket disrupted Saint Laurent’s all-black collection, while Louis Vuitton showcased a range.
The comeback of the V-neck
In the past, V-neck shirts were often associated with cardigans and the image of older people, but now they are a favorite choice of high-end fashion brands. The V-neck collar helps highlight the dress shirt inside more than when worn with a suit.
Shorts above the knee are becoming even shorter. Ami brings short safari shorts, and Bianca Saunders introduces geometric patterned shorts that reach mid-thigh. Emporio Armani’s shorts are retro-inspired and reminiscent of what David Beckham wore in 1998. Robyn Lynch brings viewers super short sunflower yellow shorts.
When it comes to summer, one cannot ignore striped patterned shirts. This classic color scheme is still maintained by fashion houses and polished in exciting items for summer partying.
Heading to the Wild West
Inspiration from the sunny land with horses and cowboys is always incorporated by designers into their collections. This year is no exception.
Casablanca brings a collection inspired by cowboy clothes; Dries Van Noten combines soft silk fabrics into sturdy Wild West clothing. British designer Wales Bonner brings a waist-tied jacket made of suede. Thom Browne is bold with new designs from classic clothing such as cowboy hats, sleeveless denim vests, and chaps.
Leather and summer are usually not meant for each other. But now things have changed.
In the Spring-Summer 2023 collections, this material has been used by many brands such as Dunhill, Alexander McQueen, and Prada,…
It can be seen that the fever for leather pants or jackets is still not cooling down after a long time of sweeping in 2022.
Cool with sleeveless shirts
Sleeveless shirts with strong innovations in materials and designs still “captivate” fashion lovers and are enthusiastically promoted by brands. While Dior and Kim Jones create see-through sleeveless shirts to reveal the chest shape, Kenzo has tight-knit shirts, creating a new breeze for this style.
Bold and bright colors
The pandemic has caused restaurants and nightlife spots worldwide to close, and the clothes of the past few seasons were not as colorful as we usually see. But that phase has passed, and bright new colors have returned.
Brands like Louis Vuitton, Versace, Dsquared2, and Paul Smith have incorporated neon tones like neon pink, sweet orange, and yellow into their collections.