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How To Wear: The 70’s Trend AW16

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Hippy goes haute this AW16 with the return of the 1970s trend.

From free-spirited folk to retro glamour, the 70’s trend is showing absolutely no signs of slowing down. With suede over-the-knee boots and tassel trimmed ankle boots, this season brings a myriad of retro bohemian silhouettes to suit every style. When it comes to the 70’s trend you can be as bold or as subtle as you like – so if you haven’t jumped on the 70’s bandwagon yet, now is the perfect opportunity.

Still not convinced? Here’s how to nail the trend that everybody has been talking about.

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Tassels
Traverse the eras with tassel trimmings and retro fringing. Jackets, dresses and
accessories are fringed to the max – including your shoes. Luxurious leather tassels and
fringing are exaggerated and add a stylish flair to simple ankle boot silhouettes.
Think Kate Hudson’s character from the iconic film ‘Almost Famous’.

suede

Suede
Wear a parade of suede this AW/16. Suede leathers are heavily pigmented in the latest
camel and ochre hues. Button down skirts and mini dresses are a fail-safe option when it
comes to nailing the 70’s vibe. Both high-leg and ankle boots adopt the suede trend
and are made-over in a heavenly selection of earthy tones.

Flares
Flared denim and sleeves are sure to get you in the retro mood! From bell-bottom jeans to
billowing sleeves, this seasons boot collection also receives the flare treatment.
Chunky wooden stacked heels are modified with a subtly flared silhouette.
Look to Jane Birkin for ultimate style inspiration.

Shop the ultimate 70’s collection >

Photo credits: redbookmag.com, shopstyle.com, fashiongonerogue.com, bloglovin.com,
streetwalker-style.tumblr.comnousdecor.compinterest.comhauteandrebellious.com

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