August 09, 2018
1970s Fashion Trends Making a Comeback This Summer
The 70s have long been described as “the decade that style forgot,” but designers are on a mission to change that mindset. For years, the sartorial hallmarks of the disco era have flooded the runways; bell-bottoms, shearling, suede, bohemian dresses — you name it, we’ve seen it. Of course, the silhouettes have been tweaked and the warm color palette anchored by burnt orange, mustard, and avocado has broadened its spectrum. But the feel-good essence of the free-wheeling decade remains. Now this is a version of the 70s we can get behind.
It wouldn’t be a 70s revival without peace, love and whole lot of patchwork. Pair this lightweight songbird jacket with a monochromatic jumpsuit and top it off with a wide-brimmed felt hat.
Songbird Coat, $228, Shop Here
Antigua Jumper, $68, Shop Here
Bohemia in the 70s was defined by folksy print dresses that evolved from the 60s. Bring the look into the 21st century with a thigh-high slit and minimalist accessories, like a dainty lariat.
Mexican Rose Maxi, $168, Shop Here
Think of retro V-necks as the little white t-shirts of the season. They go with just about anything in your closet, and you can layer them for the office. Welcome to your newest obsession.
Frequency V-Neck, $98, Shop Here
Just Float Flare, $78, Shop Here
Our love of denim knows no bounds, and this kicky jean number has taken our relationship to a whole new level. Whether you want to show off your lace bralette or wear it with a t-shirt and neck scarf, you’re sure to get plenty of mileage this season and the next!
Wandering Star Denim Dress, $98, Shop Here
In 1979, Catherine Bach memorialized her iconic style (cheeky jean shorts and sexy flannels) in The Dukes of Hazzard, and her influence can still be seen today. Who's up for a rerun?
Juniper Ridge Flannel, $108, Shop Here
Isabel Hi-Waist Short, $42, Shop Here
Cage Front One-Piece, $88, Shop Here
Every style icon known to man in the 1970s was photographed in a jumpsuit, from Bianca Jagger to David Bowie. Why? Because they’re the classic marriage of form and function. It's that simple.
Annis Romper, $66, Shop Here
Athleisure has its place, but if you want to upgrade your casual wear, slip into a pair of wide-leg striped trousers and a vintage-inspired t-shirt. This outfit is a game changer, and it costs less than $100!
Ellie Pant, $58, Shop Here
Bogart Crew, $36, Shop Here