Fashion Trends for Summer 2022

A new season is approaching, and with summer on the horizon, we can all wave goodbye to our heavy jumpers and big coats for a fair few months.

The fashion industry has made a strong recovery since the coronavirus pandemic, with global sales in 2022 expected to reach 103-108% of 2019 levels.

Seasonality keeps the spending high among fashionistas, but we want to help make sure you’re picking the right outfits for your wardrobe refresh this year.

Read on to find out more about the major trends for summer 2022 and how you can best make the most of them.

Mini Skirts

Trends come and go before eventually returning, so it’s no surprise that the miniskirt is back for 2022.

The low-waist, high-hemline Miu Miu silhouette debuted by Miuccia Prada last October quickly became an internet sensation.

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Taking inspiration from minis of the early 1960s and adding a modern twist, these skirts caught the imagination and featured on a host of magazine covers.

However, there will be plenty of less daring – and cheaper – alternatives on the market as the weather continues to heat up.


A suit doesn’t have to be solely for business. The right one can make you look chic, sophisticated, and not at all strait-laced.

A loose-fitting option with a pair of trainers is great for a casual look during the day, while a more tailored two-piece is ideal for appearing smart. The right one could even work as evening formalwear!

You don’t even have to wear the two pieces together – a simple blazer can work perfectly with mismatched trousers for a night out on the town.

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To really set your new suit off, combine it with a pair of diamond earrings to exude elegance and refinement.

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Lime Green

Forget simply adding a pop of color to plain outfits – be bold and explore the vibrant colors that are set to explode later this year.

Lime greens, hot oranges, and vivid yellows are leading the way, with these neon colors bound to help you make a statement in whatever you’re wearing.

Blue, both primary and cerulean, are also expected to be particularly popular. The former is a deeper, striking shade, while the latter is airier and cooler.


The popularity of cut-outs has gone through the roof in recent seasons, and they are certainly here to stay this summer.

Whether it’s a top, a pair of trousers, or a dress, this trend reveals the skin beneath the garment for a touch of sensuality – but it’s also great for keeping cool on hot summer days.

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