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The 8 Spring 2024 Fashion Trends You Will See Everywhere This Year


While some are busy contemplating Dry January and new year fitness trends, those of us with more sartorial inclinations are looking ahead to 2024’s key new fashion trends. Layers have been fun, but having to dress practically doesn’t always leave a lot of room for creativity and personal expression. Which is why we’re spending the next few weeks manifesting an early spring, and, with it, a particularly strong spring wardrobe. Here are the key spring 2024 trends to know about for the new season.

Masculine-meets-feminine dressing

Christian Dior SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Miu Miu SS 2024. Photo: Getty

At the back end of last year there’s no denying that skirts seemingly replaced trousers as the everyday go-to, but while denim midis undoubtedly reigned supreme for AW23, it seems that for SS24 the skirt is having something of an hyper-feminine update. Think ultra mini, super sheer or flowing an elegant, this skirt is an integral part of an overall aesthetic trend which will be huge come spring; Masc/Fem Dressing. Crucially, the pairing piece for these skirts is no longer a cute cropped cardigan or slinky vest. Instead, think oversized shirts, menswear sweaters, bulky blazers… Sometimes even all three.

Business casual

Coperni SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Victoria Beckham SS 2024. Photo: Getty

For those struggling with their officewear look right now, why not get in on one of the biggest spring 2024 trends a little early this year? A relatively simple one to get your head around, SS24’s workwear look is all about relaxed tailoring – and we don’t just mean a skirt that you can actually breathe in. This business casual is taking things to the extreme, with super oversized suiting, blazers that fall to the top of your thigh, and maybe even an elasticated waist. Pair it with a slim fit blouse or skinny knit to play with proportions.

High-rise trousers

Moschino SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Loewe SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Low-slung waists have been all over trend reports for several seasons now, but it’s time to revisit the high-rise. In fact, if you subscribe to the Loewe way of thinking, only the super-high-rise will do. Perfect for everything from officewear to dinners, date night to days out, the high-rise rule can be splashed out across your entire trouser repertoire whether you’re wearing jeans, sweats or tailoring. Invest in a great, timeless belt to elevate the look.

Elevated sportswear

Johanna Parv SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Gucci SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Gone are the days when sportswear was reserved solely for sporting activities. In what is likely something of a hangover from the pandemic’s lockdown aesthetic of daily loungewear, sportswear staples have slowly been infiltrating our everyday wardrobes of late – but never more so than for spring 2024. Hooded sweatshirts are now supersized and have taken the place of casual day dresses, zip-up track-tops in monochrome are the perfect pairing piece for your favorite denims, and cropped leggings – somewhat reminiscent of the 60s pedal pusher – are a bona fide look to pair with heeled pumps. Comfort dressing? You don’t have to tell us twice.

Coming up roses

Richard Quinn SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Alexander McQueen SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Florals… For spring… We know what you’re thinking. But these aren’t any old florals. This spring 2024 trend is strictly all about roses. Endless designers promoted the world’s most traditionally romantic stem on their spring/summer runways, with Simone Rocha, as ever, going one step further by incorporating real roses within many of her stunning, sheer gowns. Whether you go quite that far is up to you, but if you’re in a floral fashion mood this spring be sure to keep things strictly rosy.


Rabanne SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Prabal Gurung SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Christmas, and with it party season, may well now be behind us, but it seems that that’s no reason to pack away the wardrobe. In fact, metallics will serve you and your outfits well for months to come as golds and silvers look set to be one of the hottest color trends of 2024. Of course, this trend lends itself most comfortably to evening wear, but with Miu Miu and Rabanne offering up perfect dressed-down iterations with clever layering there’s no excuse to skip this trend come spring.

Modern bride

Vivienne Westwood SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Richard Quinn SS 2024. Photo: Getty

While my own bridal era may now be behind me, I’ll always have at least one keen eye on upcoming bridal spring 2024 trends. It’s one of the most fun fashion moments of many of our lives, after all. For 2024 things are looking particularly contemporary, with dropped waists, XXL hip padding and oversized sleeves proving the most popular silhouettes.

Short shorts

Alexander McQueen SS 2024. Photo: Getty

Prada SS 2024. Photo: Getty

If you’ve kept even half an eye on the celebrity fashion circuit over recent weeks, you won’t be surprised by this final trend. Micro shorts have been having a real moment ever since these looks hit the runway, with celebrities joining the street style set in trialing the trend. Of course, they take a certain amount of courage – and warm weather – to pull off. To dip a more tentative toe in the trend, make like Alexander McQueen and pair yours with thigh high boots for that little bit more coverage.

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