I Just Tried the 8 Spring Trends You Can Shop on the High Street Right Now


From a shopping perspective, March is most definitely my favourite time of year. Yes, it’s still pretty chilly out, but the shops have started to receive their new spring 2023 collections meaning heavy knits and dark winter coats are being switched out for more uplifting colour palettes, new-season footwear and lots and lots of denim. It’s also the first time we get a teaser for the warmer months ahead and start to believe that we won’t really be stuck in the deepest darkest depths of winter forever… Dramatic, me? Never!

When it comes to shopping, I think its always important to buy pieces that you love and make you feel good, instead of purely focusing on what is in fashion right now. However, I’ve put together a little run down of the key trends for spring 2023 that are already available to buy in high-street stores, so you can keep an eye out when browsing and maybe use as inspiration for new-season dressing. There are always so many iterations of each trend, making it super easy to find something that suits your style.

If you’ve had a chance to read our Spring/Summer 2023 trend report, then you will already know that there is a return to Y2K trends such as denim maxi skirtscargo pants and grunge, all given a much welcomed grown-up and wearable spin. And whilst this is a key focus for many designers, there is also a host of more delicate, pretty pieces such as ballet skirts, 3D florals, and lingerie-inspired bralets and lace take centre stage this spring. If walking down the street in your bra with a sheer skirt sounds a little OTT for you, rest assured that these are all done in such a way that you could easily incorporate them into your everyday wardrobe.   

So, I headed out this week to see what has already landed in store and found my 8 favourite trends you can buy into right now. 

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