Rebecca Taylor presented a stunning Autumn-Winter season's collection of women's 1970's inspired apparel. The new lineup was inspired by Taylor's muse Françoise Hardy. You are going to see elegant, eclectic and feminine mood that features Victorian era, military details, as well as 60's and 70's references. Fashion model appears in a studio wearing knife pleated maxi skirts, floral dresses, wide-leg sailor trousers, floaty bohemian blouses, oversize faux-fur leopard coats, etc. The color palette includes plum, oxblood, black, navy, light grey, blue and teal. I felt in love with Tailor's fluid fabrics. All in all, if you want yourself something functional and vintage, then I highly recommend to look through these awesome outfits.
Here we see a romantic floral long sleeve dress styled with high patent burgundy boots.
How about wearing an icy blue, shearling-lined suede coat worn atop sweet bloom printed dress paired with over-the-knee black boots.
Belted tailored jacket looks ladylike and very functional styled with high-waisted floral trousers.
Floral wallpaper-print minidresses with flared bottom looks ideal styled with high black leather boots.
Here we see a floor-sweeping gunmetal skirt paired with floral tailored tank.
Navy blue colored coat is worn atop maxi knife-pleated skirt.
A statement jacket looks 1970's inspired paired with high-waisted sailor pants.
Animal printed faux fur coat looks fabulous worn atop white top tucked in light grey sailor pants.
A closer look into animal print faux fur coat.
Wide lapel biker blazer is worn atop bloom print dress.