How to Dress in 1970s Clothes

Old Fashioned, please! I think the 1970's style is a perfect way how to make a unique statement in the crowd. Today I want to show you my personal favorites on how to dress in 1970's clothing. We see lots of designer brands who is inspired by the '60's, '70's and 80's fashion and I think the best way is to totally copy and paste those looks in modern life by using modern apparel. If you are ready to make a stylish statement, then I don't see any problem in wearing one of these timelessly chic outfits in your everyday life. Here are shown beautiful flares, denim looks, boho touches, fantastic festival details, fun prints and vibrant patterns. The real must-haves from the '70's are tunics, culottes, maxi gowns, robes, flowy dresses, suede, rib knits, midi skirts, flares, etc. Looking through those vintage images you can notice the vibes of androgyny fashion. The sense of masculinity is echoed in daywear outfits, pantsuits and separates

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Speaking of colors, then you better try rich earthy tones, including warm browns, burgundy, rust, mustard, and green, but you can combine these shades with bright hues. Don't forget about hippies looks and bohemian silhouettes with gorgeous Indian style prints, tie dye effects, knitwear, crochet, free flowing frocks, and wide legged trousers. Personally, I like to see disco touches with all those body-baring glamorous staples, kaftans, sheer blouses and shiny evening wear.

We see fur coat what is worn atop brown top tucked in leather pencil skirt:

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The combination of knits, fringes, suede and denim is simply bespoke:

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Brown knitted long-sleeve top looks awesome tucked in light brown suede midi skirt:

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That's a sexy maxi gown with spaghetti straps:

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How about wearing a white loose-fit frock? It will add a boho touch to your look:

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A free flowing long dress is an ideal choice for your night-outs:

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Keep it sporty and try on matching bright print separates on. Complete the look by adding sexy flat gladiators:

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Fun dotted white shirt is tucked in white culottes:

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Keep it hot and sultry by wearing a white crochet top tucked in high-rise patent mini skirt:

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