’70s fashion is the biggest throwback of the moment.
With a host of ’70s fashion icons to draw inspiration from, and a high street that’s fit to burst with truly stand out retro-inspired pieces, it’s hard not to be influenced by the year’s hottest trend.
Whether fluted sleeves tickle your fancy, or you’re more of a jumpsuit diva, there’s bound to be something from this stylish era that will work for you.
The easiest nod would be to get your hands on some bell-bottom jeans or flares, which are easily styled into the modern day with a crisp white shirt and some killer wedges.
Making a splash on the catwalk with the likes of Saint Laurent, Gucci and Tom Ford, it was always guaranteed to be everywhere for spring/summer 2015. And thanks to Just Cavalli, Burberry and Chloe, the trend is set to stay throughout autumn/winter too. Rejoice.
From Suki Waterhouse’s Vogue cover, to Rita Ora’s bowl cut hair moment, the celebrities have already been vibing to the era. Alexa Chung is a die-hard advocate of embracing vintage trends, and the likes of Poppy Delevingne and Kendall Jenner have followed suit.
Perrie Edwards has also nailed the bouncy ’70s blow dry of late, and Made In Chelsea’s Caggie Dunlop has rocked the perfect ’70s boho dress.
Millie Mackintosh also gave us an exclusive peep into her wardrobe. You can check out her favourite ’70s pieces in our At Home With Millie video.
We’ve picked some amazing, shoppable pieces from the high street so you can work the hottest trend without looking like you’ve fallen out of a fancy dress shop.
If you fancy even more inspiration, head on over to our seventies style Pinterest board, which is bubbling over with covetable A-list style and afforable high street picks.
By Laura Jane Turner