1970’s Women’s Style Ideas For Fall-Winter 2015-2016

Let's talk about 1970's women's style ideas for Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 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 2015 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:

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Brand Akris offers a white outfit that has a kind of mannish touch and a cool white fur vest.

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Altuzarra brings us a wild look. We see a belted coat and evening appropriate heels.

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Christian Siriano looks for geometrics and graphics in its awesome wide-leg street style pantsuit.

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Elie Saab offers a ladylike outfit that features a pale pink fur vest, the same colored silk, airy blouse and mini skirt. Finish the look by adding snakeskin clutch bag and open-toe booties.

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Wide, shortened sleeve top looks awesome paired with wide black culottes and styled with white sneakers. Everything is from Elizabeth and James.

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Emilio Pucci seeks for glamour touches in 70's fashion. We see a marvelous fur jacket worn atop rich blue turtleneck and teamed with dark blue velvet flares.

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Another great style includes a wide-brim, burgundy floppy hat, suede fuchsia suit jacket, pink turtleneck and khaki brown pleated flares.

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When it feels like wearing hippie inspired clothes. We see a striped multicolored turtleneck styled with fuchsia maxi skirt.

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Another great look is seen in this image. The model appears in a slim-fit, striped ankle-length dress with long sleeves and belted at the waist.

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Here we see a more disco appropriate look that consists of a cocoon like bright pin fur coat and cool black booties.

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Issa offers hippie inspired floral prints and flowy turtleneck dress. It's a perfect choice for disco lovers.

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Jason Wu offers a wide, mannish coat that is a perfect choice for business ladies.

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If you seek for casual staple, then go for this Jenni Kayne red shirtdress in white checks.

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Rosetta Getty keeps it all dark red with this sophisticated outfit.

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Saloni offers a pretty mannish blazer and high-waisted burgundy wide-leg pants. That's a fantastic everyday look.

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Another gorgeous look includes a burgundy blazer and maxi gown in white dots.

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How about this glamour look from Zac Posen? We see a gorgeous leopard print blazer and wide-leg dark turquoise trousers.



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