Loud. A bit of buzz. Eccentric. Often embracing a certain level of chaos. Ladies and gentlemen, maximalism as we know it. Consider this your official guide/inspiration on how to shop the maximalist fashion trend this year!
A sky-blue hue has a certain vitality and freshness to it. However, there is a bright shade for everyone out there, trust me. Mood-boosting brights are going nowhere in 2023, with variations of yellow popping out as well. There’s no doubt that these are statement colors and they look fabulous worn head to toe.
Matching sets are nothing new, but they’re a fun way to get into maximalism. Matching sets are the spring trend we can’t get enough of: minimal effort, and maximum style points. Seriously, something about a matching top and bottom set just looks like you’ve got it together, even if it took you approximately three seconds to put on.
I went ahead and scoured the internet for the best eye-catching silhouettes to add to your wardrobe this spring. From intricate skirts and denim coats to oversized sleeves and even asymmetric dresses, take a look at the carousel below.
Maximalism is all about finding freedom in style — it’s fun, it’s unpredictable, and it’s everything that fashion oughta be. I am wearing a matching set from Maria Cher which is half-price now: skirt + jacket! It displays a creative pattern depicting floral magnificent organic abstract traces in a ton-sur-ton composition.
Designers reliably update mainstay patterns such as florals and dots for each season, but there are a handful of less-common motifs that have been catching my attention lately and are sure to be head-turners as well. Check them below.