5 Trends seen in Stockholm to wear this winter.
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We took a "tour" around Northern Europe following the SS23 Fashion Week stops in Stockholm and Copenhagen to get an idea of the upcoming street style trends.

Some street style ideas seen in Northern Europe to look out for next season.

We took a “tour” around Northern Europe following the SS23 Fashion Week stops in Stockholm and Copenhagen to get an idea of the upcoming street style trends.

First Step: Stockholm.

Take a look at our editorial and find out what we’ll be wearing next season.

New Romantic Gorpcore

Forget Gorpcore as you know it now, the next trend will be to soften the shapes, reducing volumes.

Gorpcore is – as is well known – the trend of wearing technical clothing in the city; it therefore involves the extensive use of Gore-Tex jackets and down jackets, thermal trousers, and trail running trainers to show off on the asphalt of the metropolis.

Having exhausted a little of the trend in various forms, the next frontier of gorp for the coming season will be less voluminous, closer to a casual adapted to low temperatures.

Hence, the silhouette of the Yeezy Gap by Balenciaga down jacket becomes an elegant martingale model in Gore-Tex, which does not renounce elegance in favor of functionality.

If the outdoors is the protagonist of the Gorpcore first, and then of the New Romantic Gorpcore, there is no lack of attention to the accessory: the New Romantic Gorpcore quilted bag becomes overstuffed and wide, maintaining its most iconic shape but enriching itself in volume.

Cargo trousers in technical fabrics are enriched with new patterns and new geometries, retaining the original intention of comfort and warmth during the coldest days.

Dungarees in various declinations.

For some time now, dungarees have once again become the star of catwalks and streetstyle, although still somewhat anchored in Low Life fashion, and the return of 90s fashion.

This year it becomes super classy, paired with silk blouses, cashmere cardigans, ties, and classic jackets

The Under the Rain Style

Bundling up under cumbersome umbrellas to cover yourself from the rain may be an anachronistic custom if the ‘raining style’ finally catches on.

Already abundantly alive on the streets of Scandinavia, the raining style is ingrained in the culture of northern Europe, thanks in part to the tradition of the North Sea fishermen. For some years now, however, fashion houses and brands have been offering jackets and accessories in waterproof fabrics, bright colors, and classic designs.

The challenge is to match it with life wear or even elegant clothes, creating a new functional and cool style.

The Return of the 70s Suede.

Not just a fashion from the 70s, the suede jacket was also re-evaluated and reworked in the 90s and is finally back for winter 2022/2023.

The new classic from the past has been revisited in a contemporary key, both structurally, such as more substantial inner padding to cope with much harsher climates than in the past, and in terms of design, by adding details such as patches, studs, and leather remnants to the iconic model.

The quilted patchwork jackets

The embroidered quilted fabric Рlike the classic patchwork blankets  Рexperienced its heyday during the 1990s, transforming into ironic total looks characterized by miniskirts, waistcoats, fernleigh jackets and accessories such as handbags and peach coats.

The trend is finally back for Fall Winter 22/23, but if it used to be worn only – or almost only – by teenagers, now it has finally been provincialized and worn at all ages and – most importantly – by all genders.

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