The 70s mood is on for fall 2017 and designers have prepared a lot of fun trends for you try upgrading your wardrobe. If you want to bring new colors, patterns, prints and shapes into your autumn outfits, look no further than this lively decade for inspiration.
The 70s are a powerful fashion force and if you want to reckon with it, start slow with flare pants and flower printed blouses with pussy bows. Build your look with a lot of bold colors like yellow, purple and pink, but don’t be afraid to wear red also. This shade is autumn’s must, no matter if you’re going for bold shades or darker, burgundy ones.
The 70s are all about flashy materials
Mix and matching different materials is the key to a kitschy, yet fun 70s look. Think of lots of stretchy materials which will keep you warm. Then add fake furs, knits and suede to complement day looks. For night affairs, bring on the fringe jackets and the silky sock boots to tick off more than one trend with one outfit.
One of the principal elements of this trend in 2017 is the roll neck with a jacket. You can wear a classic black one with a suit jacket at the office. Style a Bordeaux shade model with a denim jacket for dinner with friends or with a sequin or velvet cover for parties. The possibilities are endless with just a couple of items.
The 70s between glam-glam and hippy-shake
This decade can be divided into glamorous looks with precious head-turning materials like velvet, sequin, leather, fur and satin. But it can also be bohemian-chic with layered outfits. Here you can count on suede, fringes, feathers, flower embellishments and denim to rock the trend.
This decade is all about mix and matching patterns which you otherwise wouldn’t wear. For example, opt for a flower printed patch dress with a suede fringe vest, paired with rodeo boots. Or try out a checkered shirt suit with a denim shirt and a black hat. If corduroy is more your thing, opt for flare trousers with a silky blouse and a faux fur collar.
This is the season when more is more!