How To Nail The 70’s Trend


Throwback to a better era in this seasons ever prevailing 70s trend! From glamour girl to free-spirited bohemian, from tom-boy to rocker chick, we’re getting a whole lot of good vibrations from Autumn and Winters take on the 70s fashion resurgence! Let us show you how to get down with the decade while still preserving your own personal style.


From the hair right down to the shoes, everything was bigger and brighter than ever before. Influenced by the hippie movement, the 70s era was all about experimenting. Pants got wider, shoes got higher and necklines plunged deeper. This season, replicate the trend with a combination of 70s stylized pieces and modern accessories. Think wide-leg culottes, heavy brocade fabrics, cranberry lipstick and big, big hair. The bigger the better!


Perfect 2
Channel 70s style sirens this party season in the Perfect 2 platform by Jeffrey Campbell. Take reference from icons like Bianca Jagger and Jerry Hall at Studio 54. Whether you go for a provocative halter maxi or a dramatic plunging jumpsuit, rock the 70s glamour trend this season. Add a trench or faux fur coat to absolutely nail the look.


Stacked for style, the River ankle boot is epitomises the renowned 70s trend. Replicate the look in bell-bottom denim or this seasons culottes. Team this platform with an anglais shirt in a quirky deco print and some oversized sunglasses. Play with different fabrics, prints and textures to keep the look fresh and modern for Winter.


Set your inner bohemian girl free in the Sofie Fledge boot. Forge the folk movement and take inspiration from music icons like Joni Mitchell and Linda Ronstadt. Keep this look down-to-earth by pairing this casual lace-up boot with plenty of seasonal layers, starting with a playful printed dress and finishing with a retro coat in cognac tones.

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