The return of 1970's is felt in almost every Autumn-Winter collection. In today's post I want to draw your attention to the fall trend alert: 1970's fashion update. It's all about glamour girl who has been transformed into free-spirited bohemian with all those florals, flares and earth tones.
Let's talk about 1970's women's style ideas for Autumn-Winter season. The beginning in the 1970's and continuing into 1975's, wearing clothes was more about individuality and self-expression. Most people primarily dressed in ways to please themselves not other people around them. In other words, they wore what they liked. It looks like 70's fashion comebacks alive with its updated shapes and silhouettes. You gonna see flares, bell-bottom pants, gorgeous suits, maxis, furry coats, fur jackets, etc. Speaking of details and fabrics, then we see here different kinds of embroideries, animal prints, graphics, dark colors, stripes, checks, satin, corduroy and velvet textures. The year comes with updated hippie styles and boho chic outfits. Lots of designers offer its clientèle stunning looks with great hints to 1970's. Anyway, I think it's the right time to see some of the best looks:
Brand Akris offers a white outfit that has a kind of mannish touch and a cool white fur vest.
Remember Sixties and Seventies clothing? I remember fresh colors, bright hues and self-made styles. Today I want to share with you 20 awesome ways to dress like a real hippie. The following Polyvore collection consists of awesome clothing combinations, including psychedelic colors, tie dye shirts, maxi skirts, fringed accessories, shredded tops and many other interesting complements. Modern day hippies are different from the 60 and 70's ones. They may still be all about piece and love addicted, though the clothing is combined of various styles and trends. Today's hippies wear refreshing and individual outfits. This guide will give you the best tips to learn before making your personal wardrobe.
The tie dye T-shirt looks awesome with ripped, denim cut-offs, rounded black sunglasses, and glossy white flat slippers.
I want you to have a look at the following compilation of 1970's inspired clothing that is perfect to wear now. One of the first things that come in my mind thinking of 70's fashion is the bell sleeves, flared pants, tailored fits, flowing cuts, peasant blouses and earthy colors. This decade's designs are based on Indian, gypsy, peasant, Bohemian styles, as well as disco touches. I personally love the flower power influences with ethnic touches. In today's world, designers and brands offer us voguish and rich fabrics, including shimmering materials, sensual drapes, metallic threads, slinky gowns, chiffons, velvet and jersey. The best thing you can do is to mix and match various styles by making your own and unique outfit. Let's have a closer look at this 1970's vintage inspired Polyvore collection:
What I love about this look, then it's the versatility. The sheer sleeveless sheer blouse in orange looks great can be paired with high-waisted maxi skirt, suede and fringed brown pouch, perforated sandals wedges and accessorized with wrap leather bracelet.
Australia based fashion brand Lenni reveals new lookbook of women's bohemian style inspired garments, including vintage wide leg pants, lace shirts, hoodies, playsuits, star print dresses and other laid-back looks. Label's designer Lisa Stricker recreates vintage pieces so gently and professionally, that you can feel and taste her pieces nostalgic touch and 1970's inspired vibes.
Vintage, Chic and Edgy. Australian vintage retailer Alida Buffalo presents new lookbook of women's street, vintage and grunge style looks entitled “The Wizard Walks By.” Model Annie Lewis appears in 1970's and 1990's vintage looks made of qualitative fabrics. Here you will find daytime dresses, party frocks and amazing accessories.