2023 is about to end: new pieces have entered our wardrobe, old trends have returned, and others have faded away. But what awaits us in the new year? Here are the trends we can expect from 2024.
As we bid farewell to 2023, fashion undergoes a complete renewal to welcome the new year. The remnants of previous collections are fading into the past, making way for a blank page where creativity and innovation take centre stage. Our Personal Shoppers have analysed the new trends that will give a twist to your looks in 2024. Get ready to discover the details that will make the difference between an ordinary outfit and a decidedly trendy look.
Colour Trends 2024
From the catwalks to everyday life, trend colours are easy to spot by looking at the Spring/Summer fashion shows. The new year will be marked by a return to minimalism and elegance, expressed especially in subtle and chic shades.
Particularly the cherry red we saw on the catwalks of Gucci, Miu Miu, Saint Laurent. A shade of red, almost bordeaux, that will appear in our wardrobes, tinting bags and accessories, as well as clothing and coats.
Beige, cream, terracotta, and brown. All neutral and warm nuances will be perfect for adding a chic touch to any look. The upside? They match with anything.
Along with red, it is destined to become the shade of spring 2024. We saw it strutting down the runways of Max Mara and Isabel Marant, at Givenchy, and also in the accessories of Balenciaga. Paired with black, it creates a super cool contrast for both day and evening outfits.
Colours we won’t see anymore
In response to the spread of a more minimal and chic style, characterised by the aforementioned colours, we will have to bid farewell to the more vibrant and bright shades that accompanied us this year, such as orange, purple, and all those neon nuances that had returned to populate our wardrobe.
Accessory Trends 2024
Pop of red
Whether it’s a bag, a shoe, or a sock, make sure to have a “pop of red” in your look. “Pop” could be translated as a touch of colour, a small detail that becomes the protagonist of the look and can make the difference between a cool outfit and a basic one.
Always with the aim of enriching and adding an extra touch to the most basic looks, bows are gaining popularity among IT girls, and we’re sure that 2024 will be full of them. Bows in the hair or applied to clothes will add a touch of femininity and innocence, directly derived from the “ballet core” aesthetic that exploded this year.
The latest trend is connected to the first two and the desire to dress in a simple way but always adding personality to our looks. For this reason, socks will be protagonists next year, not only coloured tights that we already encountered last winter but also shorter, ribbed, masculine socks in all colours. To be worn with sneakers and loafers, but especially with sandals and Mary Janes.
Trending Clothing in 2024
As we mentioned, 2024 will mark the big comeback of basics. After experimenting with transparency, leather worked in every way, cuts, and special models, all we want is to trust our jeans and t-shirts again. Quality is the keyword: few pieces, simple cuts, basic models, but made with high-quality fabrics and finishes that will last in the wardrobe forever.
Short boho dresses
This year we saw the return of the 70s, with floral prints, fringes, and worked fabrics. Despite minimalism taking the lead, in 2024, we will continue to see bohemian-inspired dresses, but short, to combine femininity and modernity.
The blazer has been a defining piece in recent years in general. It has become a staple in our daily wardrobe, but this year more than ever, it is ready to become the absolute protagonist of our looks. Oversized, with exaggerated proportions, shoulder pads, and long sleeves: a nod to the 90s and vintage, to be paired with jeans and t-shirts or short dresses.
2024 promises to be a year where minimalism rhymes with elegance, a touch of red is a must, and basic pieces return to occupy a place of honour in our wardrobe. Get ready to embrace these trends with style and confidence.