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That 70’s Show

November 19, 2015

Once upon a time, you could throw out a decade and—poof!—an instant visual of the iconic fashion representing that era would appear. But these days, the wardrobe doors have been flung wide open, and people are drawing inspiration from multiple cultures, time-periods, designers, movements and more, just to get dressed every day. No longer do you have to claim that your style is classic, or feminine, or preppy or punk. You can wake up every morning and totally reinvent yourself… just by changing your clothes.

That being said, there are currently a few fashion phases seeing a resurgence, one of which is the free-spirited 70’s. Bring on the fringe, the ethereal fabrics, the platform shoes and bell-bottom jeans. Mix in certain pieces to your current wardrobe to add a bit of laid-back, cool, or dive right in and wear that wide-brimmed hat everyday. Either way, we love the details and silhouettes of these pieces, and the mood and spirit they evoke.

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Shop The Looks:

Crochet Peasant Top

Crochet Fringe Top

Button Front Skirt

Open Cardigan 

Aztec Coatigan

Sherpa Lined Coat

Faux Shearling Sweater Coat

Fringe Vest

Wool Panama Hat

Wool Floppy Hat

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Pamela Franks November 25, 2015 at 8:56 PM

    Awesome!! I loved the seventies!! Double zippered jeans, smock tops, platform shoes, patches on jeans, jeans that looked like they were quilted but with the fringed edges sticking out, natural hairstyles; no hair products, little to no make up, mood rings…LOL! I could go on forever!!!

    • Reply Aslan January 4, 2017 at 2:25 AM

      Beth disse:Vera MariaCamisas de mangas compridas de algodão, seda etc, são muito práticas para usar por baixo de suéters, blazer, etc. Mas quando esfriar para valer, mesmo dentro de locais aquecidos vale usar um cashmere fi3&nhoi#82n0;Se vc olhar o quadro da Meteo que a Lina mantém aqui no blog vai constatar que a temperatura do próximo domingo vai oscilar entre 9°e 2°C. Ou seja, daqui por diante haja frio!Abs.

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