Tuesday, 8 March 2011

The 70s trend for spring/summer

Those who are concerned about fashion can find a wide range of looks to try with every season. With such choice you're sure to find a style that suits your personality. As far as spring/summer Fashion is concerned, try the 70s look to keep up with the trends.

The 2011 New York Fashion Week collections (as seen on Elle) showcased the 1970s mood. The carefree spirit of the 70s is back once again and the vintage look is going to rock the fashion world with its relaxed glamour. If you want to follow the the look, all you need to do is to recreate the retro mood. Here are a few tips on how you can do it in style..

Key pieces for a 1970s Look

Very press day highlights silver pleated dress

Pleated Skirts

Pleats are everywhere. Have you ever seen Sarah Jessica Parker in her beautiful Halston Heritage wear? If yes, then you must know how appealing pleated skirts can be. Just let the dress accentuate your waist and any length maxi, knee length or mini would be just perfect. These dresses reflect the 70s style like no other dresses. To create the right effect just couple your dress with pumps, sandals or gladiator boots.

High-waisted flare pants

Just check out pants that combines two different styles. The top should be skin tight and the fashionably wide bottom should complement the top. You can pair them with sleeveless tanks or white shirts. Choose fuss-free shirts to maintain the balance. The best choice you can make is with simple white flares that look just perfect with jackets or edgier tops.

Jacob Kimmie, Eternal Delight designer collection

Sheer Maxi Dress

For this season, the sheer maxi dress is very much in. Those who wish to get the romantic look of the 70s should opt for the sheer maxi dress. It softens your look. The floor-grazing dress will grace your beauty. Each step you take would make you more confident as the dress moves with your body. Get a wind-swept hair cut to enhance the romantic look. A pair of wedges would give you the boho chic look, if that is your preference instead of a more romantic feel.
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