The 70s Is Back—Here’s How To Wear The Trend Now

From bohemian chic to retro glam, the 70s era of disco stands still as a mainstay aesthetic despite new trends coming in. On the runway, we’ve seen designers like Gucci and Acne Studios take on the seventies in their own modern twist, as they sported pastels and vivid hues, along with fanciful textures like plastic and lamé. Whether you’re into the hippie vibes like Joni Mitchell or grungy like Debbie Harry, we’ll show you how to rock the seventies trend like a street style star this season! 

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Take inspiration from retro athleisure with varsity-style long sleeves and a turtleneck underneath it. The seventies were all about turtleneck–the piece adds an instant vintage flair to the look and most of all, it shows off your expert layering skills! 

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Sleeveless cashmere sweater, THEORY
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Wearing a blazer has got to be the easiest way to upgrade a casual look. Turn to heritage prints and accessorize it with a floral tie to add an unexpected bohemian touch.

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Checked blazer, ZARA
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Balance out a quirky, patchwork skirt with a basic turtleneck. And for that authentic seventies spin, pair it with your best pair of suede boots. 

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Patchwork suede skirt, TOPSHOP
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Fuse bright-colored flared trousers with a plain ruffled off-shoulder top. Going for seventies silhouettes but without the boho prints give the throwback look a modern feel. To take it up a notch, add a pair of rounded sunglasses with light-colored lenses.

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Velvet-appliquéd crepe flared pants, ELIE SAAB
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Make a statement with a vivid orange bomber and high-waisted blue jeans for a retro get-up that’s street-style approved. 

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Deep cuff denim jacket, TOPSHOP