Showing posts with label 70's. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 70's. Show all posts


The ‘70s-Inspired Denim We’re Stocking up On

The ‘70s-Inspired Denim We’re Stocking Up On
Photo via: @courtneecrews

Vintage is back—and in the best way. With the resurgence of off-duty ‘90s supermodel pieces (think, thong sandals, and bodysuits), combining with the puffed sleeves of the eighties and now, the ultra wide-leg denim of the '70s, the options for styling are endless. Ahead, shop our favorite groovy denim for fall

PS: The Shopbop Fall Event sale ends tonight! Get up to 25% off with code FALL20.


'70s-Inspired Dressing: 25 Pairs of Corduroys to Covet

'70s Style Corduroy Pants – Tine Andrea, Fall Winter Outfit Idea
Photo via: @tineandreaa

Remember when all you ever wanted was a pair of light wash, low-rise jeans from your local prep favorites? Of course, our moms knew better and wanted us in corduroys instead. The '70s are back and so are the fabrics—for a stylish season ahead pair all your knits, prints, and leather separates with one of the 25 corduroy trousers below.


'70s Sunglasses Called and We Answered

'70s Sunglasses Called and We Answered
Photo via: Style Du Monde

We saw statement eyewear of all shapes at Milan fashion week, but the real winner was '70s-style sunglasses. Model and influencer, Xenia Adonts, channeled her inner modern Jackie O in this look of neutral heels, blazer, and satin skirt, perfectly accessorized by oversized sunglasses with a decidedly '70s feel. We love hiding behind vintage-inspired frames that take us back to a time where the women were chic and the lenses were large.


'70s Style: Shop Our Must-Have Corduroy Picks

'70s Style: Shop Our Must-Have Corduroy Picks
Photo via: Love Cloth

70's styling is in full swing; on and off the runways. Besides hair clips, scrunchies, and muted tones, one of our favorite resurging trends is corduroy. Put your go-to denim away for a bit and indulge in this flower child fav.

PS: THE Shopbop sale ends 3/2/19! Get up to 25% off with code GOBIG19.


Must-Have: The '70s-Inspired Print Blouse

Le Fashion Blog London Street Style Shop 70s Inspired Blouses Via Style Du Monde
Photo via: Style Du Monde

From the boho, earthy vibes of Stevie Nicks to the posh ensembles of Annie Hall, '70s-inspired fashion has made its resurgence known, whether in prints, fabrics or shapes.  Take a little trip to a world of free love and good vibes with a '70s-inspired bandana printed blouse. If you're not sure what to wear with this new piece, go for simple and add cropped wide-leg jeans and a suede-heel sandal.


The Perfect Cold-Weather Pant and How to Style Them

Get The Look With These Corduroy Pant Picks
Photo via: Style Du Monde

Every once in a while a trend resurfaces and you wonder how to go about pulling it off IRL, often causing some hesitation until ultimately you see said trend styled just perfectly. Romee Strijd's outfit embraces the retro-inspired flare and amplifies it with a plaid button-down and baker boy hat for a decidedly 70s look. Just don't expect your mom to understand!


Corduroy Is Back—Shop Our Favorite Pieces

Le Fashion Blog Paris Fashion Week Shop Cord Pieces For Season Via Collage Vintage
Photo via: Collage Vintage

Once upon a time, corduroy was exclusive to teachers, hippies and the kids deemed 'uncool' in high school. If only we knew that they were onto something. For years, corduroy has been forgotten about. But this year, its back with a vengeance and chicer than ever. In honor of our love for all things retro, shop a few of our favorite cord pieces now.


Get This Bloggers Perfect 70's Inspired Look

Le Fashion Blog Cat Eye Sunglasses Neck Tie Blouse Suede Mini Skirt Patent Sock Boots Via A Constellation Journal Le Fashion Blog White Sunglasses Floral Blouse Suede Skirt Via A Constellation Journal

Boho floral prints, flared denim, billowing sleeves, and round sunglasses. These are just a few of the here-to-stay trends that emerged from the 70's. This blogger aced the look with a tie neck floral top, suede mini skirt and patent leather sock booties. She topped it off with some white cat eye sunnies that scream, 'Twiggy!'