The 10 spring 2024 fashion trends all women will be wearing soon

Jan 08, 2024
The 10 spring 2024 fashion trends all women will be wearing soon

From shimmering metallics to playful primaries – via overblown suiting and teeny-tiny shorts – the SS24 runways were awash with newness of every shape, cut and color.

So what are we all going to be wearing the minute we can shed these winter coats? Here are the key fashion trends to know about for the new season…


Organza, lace, pastels, ballet references… Femininity was firmly felt across the SS24 runways. However, next summer’s prettiest pieces come spliced with a ’90s edge: think semi-sheer lace maxis, lace-trim slips and underwear-flashing organza gowns. In New York, Carolina Herrera – a brand once known for its debutante-ready ballgowns and high-octane florals – offered a sexier take on eventwear with a particularly striking lilac lace bra top and matching skirt. Nascent London label Tove served a slinky, streamlined sophomore collection majoring in fluid backless satin gowns and lace paneling – this one’s all about romantic, sultry pieces in which women can truly feel themselves. And in Paris, Stella McCartney presented wonderfully light and loose organic chiffon dresses fluttering with ruffles, while Alaïa’s Pieter Mulier elevated ‘naked dressing’ with sensual knits that revealed sculpting thong bodysuits. Echo the vibe with Gucci’s barely-there skirt, or wear The Attico’s tulle camisole with slouchy jeans. Alternatively, you can always count on the versatility of a slinky silk-satin slip, like Joseph’s ‘Clea’ dress.



For those struggling with their officewear look right now, why not get in on one of spring's biggest 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 on a Friday? Pair it with a slimfit blouse or skinny knit to play with proportions.



2024 there's a very specific way to wear the trend. Giving angelic white a sexy twist, there's nothing hotter come spring than a sheer white dress, whether you're heading out for dinner, off to the beach, or - of course - onto a red carpet



it's time to revisit the high-rise. In fact, if you subscribe to 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.



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 supersize and have taken the place of casual day dresses, zip-up track-tops in monochrome are the perfect pairing piece for your favourite denim, and cropped leggings - somewhat reminiscent of the 60s pedal pusher - are a bona fide look to pair with heeled pumps.



Metallics will serve you and your outfits well for months to come as golds and silvers look set to be one of the hottest colour trends of 2024. Of course this trend lends itself most comfortably to eveningwear, 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.



Micro shorts - you know, the ones that border on knickers - have been having a real moment ever since these looks hit the runway, with everyone from Kendall Jenner to Beyoncé joining the street style set in trialing the trend. Of course, they take a certain amount of courage - and warm weather - to pull off, what with them leaving almost half of your body exposed. 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

Art historians rejoice! The lush paradise of pastoral and idyllic oil paintings came to life up and down SS24 runways in the most elevated take on spring florals we've seen in years. At Zimmermann, Giambattista Valli, and Erdem, layers of intricately embroidered lace and tulle served us all the romance of an idyllic work of art. It's serving shepherdess reclining in a field of wildflowers, and we're here for it.




At Carolina Herrera and Elie Saab, pastoral prints, festooned dresses, and full skirts remind us of minute landscapes that adorn bone china tea sets. No shade to the hyperrealistic, glitter-spangled, or retro florals of seasons past, but we're enchanted by the way this fresh approach imbues a classic spring trend with an air of erstwhile sophistication.



If the SS24 runways are any indication, fashion has put its foot down firmly on the sock side of the socks with heels and sandals debate. At Victoria Beckham, Givenchy, Phillip Lim, and Anteprima, models wore sheer, nearly-knee-high socks with sleek pumps, open-toed sandals, and demure ballet flats. Etro and

Moschino took things one step further: the former went for full-on statement socks worn with sandals and strappy summer flats, while the latter layered frilly ankle socks over lace tights for a more-is-more approach to the trend.



This season’s tank is the polo shirt, an icon of preppiness that was revived and given a summer-camp vibe at Miu Miu. It was also remixed by such anti-establishment brands as Y/Project and Vaquera, taking popped collars beyond the fraternity house.


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