TikTok Fashion Trends Set To Return This Spring

Saturday 23rd Mar 2024 |

While you may still be salivating over the latest looks from recent Fall 2024 fashion weeks, the fashion experts at JOOR have taken a fresh look at last year’s Spring 2024 shows to examine what the defining trends of the upcoming season will be, and they’ve discovered that some of your favourite TikTok aesthetics and trends might be due a resurgence… 

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Image credit: @highfashiontv (Instagram) | Gucci SS24- Milan Fashion Week

Don’t ditch your ‘cherry red’ just yet! 

Gucci’s Spring 2024 show positioned their ‘Gucci Rosso’, a darker Bordeaux red, as a pivotal colour for spring/summer too. A TikTok favourite of the autumn and winter seasons, the colour emulates the ‘cherry red’ trend seen on the platform, with the experts at JOOR predicting a springtime resurgence. With icons like Hailey Bieber opting for darker tresses instead of the adage of ‘going lighter for summer’, we could be set for a moodier look this SS season. 

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Image credit: 10 Magazine | Dolce and Gabbana SS24: Milan Fashion Week

Channel your inner Mob Wife

While the Spring 2024 catwalks featured a lot of understated sleek and sophisticated items that emulated quiet luxury, Dolce & Gabbana raked in 3.2 billion views for their collection that featured classics merged with some daring elements. Referenced as an aura, embodying mob wife is all about being unapologetically bold. 

Blokette to make a return

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Image credit: Interview Magazine | Céline SS24: Paris Fashion Week

Céline’s ‘Tomboy’ collection featured sporty chic street style styling that created an elevated yet casual look reminiscent of the #blokette TikTok aesthetic. The online trend merged ‘coquette’ which is seen as hyper-feminine and featuring lots of lace, frill, ribbons and pastels, with ‘blokecore’ which features sports and athleisure wear. The experts at JOOR predict we could see a resurgence of this in a more elevated, understated format, for example combining typically feminine dresses with accessories that are seen as more masculine for the upcoming season. 

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