Seventies Fashion: Get the look

70s women

Rock the seventies look this season.

This spring, seventies fashion is back to the forefront once again. Think floaty fabrics, flares and florals.

Fashion designers went crazy for the seventies vibe and took inspiration from seventies glamour pusses like Farrah Fawcett, with models sporting long wavy hair and platforms.

As the weather warms up, nothing will make you feel more summery than floating about with loose fabrics and fedoras.

The high street is already awash with browns, creams, reds, yellows and golds. Loose fitting blouses and shorts are the most accessible way to tap into the trend and great to mix and match, as well as their ability to hide a multitude of sins.

Topshop have a great selection of floaty blouses and have fully embraced the seventies look in their spring collections. Their buttermilk short sleeve shirt, £33, is a great starting point to ease you into the look and will look effortlessly chic with jeans or shorts.

If your looking for something a little more glamorous try their tan elasticated batwing blouse, £40, for some seventies sex appeal.

Shorts are always a good investment come spring, and can easily be teamed with tights on cooler days. This season’s baggy shorts, are a less intimidating style of short, coming longer and looser so you don’t feel too exposed.

It’s best to go for a neutral shade so you can match them with more options, ASOS’s  Soft Turn Up Short, £30, come in three different colours and will flatter most figures and hide a shapelier behind.

To finish the look, invest in a Fedora for the summer. I can guarantee they will be all over the high street.

This look is perfect for lazy summer days and festivals.

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