Do you love 1970’s fashion as much as I do? Today’s topic is how to create modern looks with 70’s fashion help. The disco decade is having a comeback this year. We see shiny, glossy garments everywhere around. Personally, I do love teaming metallic knee-high boots with colorful separates and frocks. I guess everyone has that special nostalgia for wearable seventies outfits. In today’s post, I want to draw your attention to my favorite ways how to pair vintage clothes with your modern wardrobe staples. Keep on reading to find out more.
Make a real statement on the streets by wearing stylish button-front skirt with pale orange tunics and relaxed tops. You can either choose denim or suede button-front skirt to make your outfit look awesome. Why do I like these bottoms? They are extremely versatile and can be worn all year round. No matter if you wear them casually or dressy, they will definitely add a right dose of femininity to your look. Speaking of suede, then I guess, it’s the most popular fabric in the world of fashion. This 2018 is all about the suede fabric. I am so in love with its delicate and soft touch. You can find it anywhere, starting from dresses, bags, shoes to skirts and shorts. The next 1970’s trend is called denim on denim look. Double denim is a must-have for casual walks around town. The most easiest ways is to pair chambray shirt with regular fit jeans, or boyfriends denim jacket with skinnies. My next stop is flares. These trousers is an absolute must-have for those gals who are in love with 1970’s fashion. Why so many women are in love with these pants? They are flattering, comfortable and you can style them with absolutely anything you want. If you want to try something sexy and sultry, then you should try on knee-high boots. I know, many of you think that thigh-high boots are from the 1990’s. Well, they also been around in seventies. Try on neutral colors, like black, white, brown, grey or beige. I highly recommend to try on suede or leather designs. Another must-have detail from the seventies fashion is the fringe embroidery. Fringed garments are great for making a real statement on the streets. If you are not ready to wear fringed jackets, skirts or dresses, then I highly recommend to buy a fringed bag. The eyelet dresses are ideal for creating sweet look. They do look sexy and modern. All you need is to add beautiful jewelry and keep your frock to be center of attention. Our next stop is sailor pants. This 1960’s and 1970’s essential is great for pairing with mannish clothes. Most of styles come in breezy materials and comfy designs. The last but not least is the bohemian trend. It was born three decades ago and since then it’s been around popping in and out. It feels like this trend is coming back, as I see it everywhere. Anyway, I think you better take a close up look at these precious designs. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.