Ibiza Fashion Trends 2023

Every Outfit You’ll Want To Copy For An Ibiza Trip This Summer

Part of our recent Spanish trip consisted of a day on the White Isle.

Ibiza been our second home over the past two decades . If you’re planning a holiday on the party capital this summer, here’s my heads up regarding the key pieces you should be packing – after studying all the islanders I saw on the streets and beaches last week.

No matter your vibe – party or chill – it’s always best to plan your outfits in advance, meanwhile taking as little luggage as you can get away with.

If you’re heading to a club, practically everyone will be wearing trainers – in the case of the girls, often with shorts and a vest or bikini top. If your plans involve daytime strolls in the sun in the quieter parts of the island, expect to rely on boho dresses, cool co-ords and straw bags to carry all the beach essentials in. Along with boho sandals, cowboy boots and that all important straw hat.

But rest assured, Ibiza also a place to get dressed up around the clock. Every day is an occasion in Ibiza.

Wear A Strapless Top with a Maxi Skirt For Shopping

We can always rely on Ibiza Trendy to deliver the goods when it comes it summer, but it’s their holiday outfits I’m most interested in for the purpose of an Ibiza wardrobe. A bandeau top with a maxi skirt keeps it fuss-free. Whilst a pair of platform sandals and a straw bag is all it takes to pull the look seamlessly together. You could definitely wear this on a stroll around Ibiza’s old town. 

Add A Sheer Dress Over Your Swimwear For Evening

Sheer dresses were on show everywhere on recent runways, and later filtered through to high street brands with the likes of fashion blogger Camille Charriere putting iterations in her Mango collection. Simply throw one over a bikini to take your swimwear through to evening territory with minimal effort.

Grab A White Shirt In A Few Sizes Up For The Beach

If you plan on spending endless hours by the Med, I suggest copying this outfit. Grab your shirt a few sizes up for an oversized fit and opt for a stretchy – easy to pop on – shorts. A bucket hat will not only be a key Ibiza accessory, it’s also a secret hack to hiding unwashed salted beach hair. And it’ll protect you from the sun.

Wear A Mini For Dinner Plans

If you’re heading out for drinks in San Jose or just a fancy beach-side dinner, go for a mini dress. This cute halter version with mule heels and mirror shades gives this outfit a retro feel. If you (sensibly) stick to a no-heels rule on holiday then this would look equally as good with strappy sandals or trainers.

Rely On The White Dress For Sunshine Strolls

For summer, the white dress takes centre stage – mini, midi or maxi, you can’t fail. Go for a midi linen style and give it an edge with a pair of ’90s sunnies and those sell-out New Balance 550s. Arket and ASOS – both have new colourways of the cult trainers.