How to take on this spring’s 70s trend

How to take on this spring’s 70s trend

11 March, 2020

1970’s influences were all over the Spring Summer 2020 collections globally last year. Houses like Céline, Louis Vuitton, Prada and Gucci have fallen for it and channeled it through the hippie chic, lady-like and glam rock vibes, as Saint-Laurent did, for example. Midi skirts, maxi-dresses, floral prints, paisleys and flare trousers are characteristic elements of the decade that populated the catwalks.

Here we’re showing you how to rock the 70s trend with 3 looks to wear this spring.

Maxi flowing dress with a patchwork effect print

Is there anything more 70’s than a patchwork maxi dress?
Tied at the waist, its soft, flowing fabric and the cut below the knees will is flatteting and super romantic.
 
Maxi flowing dress with a patchwork effect print
 
Add suede ankle boots or gladiator sandals and you’ll nail a look for both going for a walk in the city or picnic in the park!

70’s dress for this spring

 
flower midi dress spring summer trends
 

Palazzo trousers and geometric print jumper

1970s does not necessarily mean bohemian. We love this modern reinterpretation of the style: try a pair of a palazzo trousers with a short graphic jumper.
 
palazzo trouser sweater 70s trends
 
The palazzo trouser will streamline your silhouette thanks to its high-waisted cut. Matched it with a cropped jumper to enhance your figure even more.
The result? A trendy and comfortable outfit, ideal for an independent woman.

70’s trousers to try this spring

 
culotte trouser 70s spring trend
 

Flower Power

Flower Power was the slogan of the decade. Our Personal Shoppers were inspired us to create a casual and fresh look that exudes spring vibes for the weekend: a floral print blouse paired up with flared jeans.
 
flare jeans and flower shirt 70s trend
 
The colours of the blouse will bring light your face while the jeans will streamline your silhouette thanks to its high waist and evasé cut at the ankles.
Casual and trendy ready for anything!

70’s shirts to try this spring

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