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“Quiet Luxury” Not For You? Try These 5 Maximalist Trends Instead

Release Time:2023-07-28 13:50Source:InternetBy:Khongtu ReviewRead:

From “quiet luxury” to Barbiecore, coastal grandmother to cottagecore, fashion’s obsession with viral trends shows no sign of slowing down. It’s increasingly social media subcultures that are acting as trend catalysts, bubbling up niche aesthetics and catapulting them into the stratosphere. When the flavour of the moment is declared, it can feel like it’s suddenly everywhere: touted by retailers, decoded in news headlines and ever-present in the way people are dressing on the streets.

“Quiet luxury” – an aesthetic that speaks to a certain low-key elegance that doesn’t rely on shouty logos or look-at-me silhouettes – is one trend that has taken over fashion’s collective consciousness over the last 12 months. It’s a testament to the trend’s reach when you see how certain celebrities, such as Kylie Jenner and Gigi Hadid, have pivoted away from their uber-glam personal style towards more minimalist looks, wearing labels such as The Row and Bottega Veneta.
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And while we applaud “quiet luxury’s” emphasis on timeless, well-made staples, it is by no means immune to the trend cycle trap that says certain styles are superior to others and so, in turn, should not be exempt from the “is this right for my style?” filter. Staying true to your personal aesthetic is arguably the smartest way to approach seasonal trends and build a wardrobe that stands the test of time.

Altuzarra AW23.

Indeed, if you’re a self-declared maximalist then “quiet luxury” has probably been your own personal sartorial hell. But fear not, because for every minimalist white shirt or pared-back pair of tailored trousers there’s a designer sending a tie-dyed, sequin-clad, rhinestone-studded wonder down the runway.
So what’s a maximalist to do in the prevailing sea of beige, black and white? From tie-dye prints to dark florals, scroll on to see and shop the five maximalist trends from the autumn/winter 2023 runways that are loud and proud of it. Once a maximalist, always a maximalist – no matter how many TikTok trends say otherwise.

16Arlington AW23.

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