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The 70’s fashion is back. Here’s what you should wear this year!

One of the main trends this year, when it comes to clothing, shoes and accessories, is the comeback of the 70’s. Designers have already embraced it but the looks that they have created are less disco and more prog-rock, so we will not find any outdated clothes in the shops.
And whatever your style is, you will surely find something that fits you. From the beautiful boho dresses to the reinterpreted flared trousers, the 70’s are giving us their best. Also we can not forget about the suede and the denim who are, along with the fringe accents and the embroideries, the stars of this year.

So here is more about the elements of the 70’s fashion and what clothes you should wear in 2015.

Bohemian dresses
What better way to represent the 70’s if not through a beautiful and irresistible boho dress, painted in vibrant colors and with retro prints? Either you choose an elongated maxi dress, a mini one or a shaped A dress, it’s all about the iconic prints that gives the dress that 70’s vibe. You can’t miss with the kaleidoscopic variations of shapes and colors .

Bohemian dresses

Bohemian dresses

Flared trousers
Not only they are great for most types of silhouettes, but they are also the best way to bring the 70’s back into your wardrobe. The palazzo style are the most popular so wear them with a pair of boots or a thick-heeled Oxford shoes to create a western style or be truly retro by matching a shirt with buttons to a pair of sandals with platforms.

Flared trousers

Flared trousers

Suede coats
The dense texture of the suede is synonymous with the luxury of the 70’s, creating a vintage look that has managed to overcome the passing of the time and will soon have the status of a classic fashion piece. Invest with confidence in such a jacket because it’s versatile enough so you can wear it in a variety of outfits. And to keep the vibe of the 70’s, by seeking a suede coat in warm shades.

Suede coats

Suede coats

Fringes
If until now you have been reluctant either to adopt retro elements and risking to turn your outfit into a costume, fringe details allow you to incorporate in a discrete way the 70’s trend into your wardrobe. Buy fringed accessories or parts that you know you’ll wear more seasons in a row, that integrate easily into your everyday outfits.

Fringes

Fringes

Embroidery
Representing a more delicate side, with influences from the hippies of the 70’s, tops with embroidery or embroidered lace inserts are another item of clothing that you can add to your wardrobe this spring. What better way to evoke the retro spirit if not by wearing an embroidered top with flared jeans, shorts or maxi skirts.

Embroidery

Embroidery

Deux-piece (pantsuit)
One of the most iconic pieces of the 70’s, the pantsuits could not miss from the presentations of this season. With a little androgynous allure, suit pants begging to be worn in a typical 70’s style, with a shirt with buttons in an interesting print or with a turtle neck top, made from a fluid material or knitting. Search  deux-piece in a natural shade, inspired by the earth tones of an organic material, or inspire yourself from big fashion proposals by seeking a velvet suit in a vibrant and sumptuous hue.

Deux-piece (pantsuit)

Deux-piece (pantsuit)

Denim
Denim has not lost its relevance over time, but the 70’s was an important moment in the history of this material. In 2015 denim was at the basis of some of the most memorable outfits that have visited the catwalk, denim skirts and dresses never fail to reflect the essence of that period. Find such a piece made from a thin denim with a straight cut to capture the look proposed by great designers.

Denim

Denim

 

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