If you grew up in the 70’s, you probably have a lot of fond memories of flared jeans, suede clothing, and boho style outfits. This fall the beat goes on because the 70’s are back in a big way.
How do you wear this trend the second time around without looking or feeling like you’re stuck in a time warp? Here are three subtle, grown-up ways to dress 70’s style.
Look Boho Glam In A Suede Skirt
Remember the classic button-up suede miniskirt we wore in 1974? It’s popping up in stores again, but don’t let that turn you off completely.
You don’t need to wear a thigh-high miniskirt to get the look. This chocolate-brown, suede wrap skirt is much more elegant and grown up, but just as cool.
The best way to put a modern spin on a 70’s look? – Pair your rustic suede skirt with a silky white bow blouse. A youthful, olive crossbody bag and a fab pair of suede booties also help keep the look in this decade.
Mix Retro With Modern
Keep your outfit from looking like a costume, by wearing a strong 70’s piece with something very now. For example, this fringe bag and faux fur vest are very retro and look great combined with more modern pieces like this window-pane tie blouse and these sexy suede booties. Mixing things up helps bridge the gap between retro and modern.
Buy Yourself a Pair of Flared Jeans
The easiest, quickest way to give a nod to the 70’s is to buy yourself a pair of high-waisted flared jeans. Add a long ribbed turtleneck, a soft leather bag, and some casual suede booties and you have captured the magic of the 70’s without going overboard.
Do you like the 70’s style trend, or have you been there, done that? Let me know, comment below.