48 New Shopbop Finds That Are Perfectly On-Trend for 2023


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At the start of every year, I'm always inspired to browse around what my friends and colleagues are writing about. Namely, I'm looking at things on our wish list, this year's upcoming trends, and what's worth your money in a sea of not-so-great products brands promise to deliver on in 2023. Now that New Year's Eve has come and gone, the only thing on my mind is filling my closet with this year's splurge-worthy and affordable finds. As always, Shopbop never fails to deliver. 

Yes, 2023 promises to bring inclusive denim and anythingcore-inspired aesthetics for any rhyme or reason (hello, gorpcore parachute pants!), but nowadays, trends are fleeting, going as quickly as they come on our radar. With that said, there's nothing quite as alluring as finding a long-lasting hidden gem of a style that's sure to last through 2023.

Below are all the must-have finds you need to be ahead of this year's trends. You can thank me later.

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Ana Escalante is an award-winning journalist and Gen Z editor whose work ranges from dissecting size inclusivity at fashion week to discussing how American Girl Doll meme accounts are the the answer to society's collective spiral. She's covered it all: Queen Elizabeth II's corgis, Roe v. Wade frontline protests, and the emergence of jorts (or jean shorts for the uninitated). At Who What Wear, Ana is responsible for delivering smart, insightful, personality-driven shopping guides and trend features for a digital-first generation.Before joining Who What Wear, Ana was Glamour magazine's editorial assistant, where she focused on daily news and special packages, including leading the brand's 2022 Met Gala coverage. For more than half a decade, she has covered style, beauty, and digital culture for publications such as Paper magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue Japan, and Allure, among others. Ana has been called a rising star in media by publications such as Nylon and Teen Vogue. (Her mother, meanwhile, calls her "the coolest person" she knows.)