|Asos Wowzer Batwing Dress|
|Zara Crochet Dress|
When it comes to 70's inspired dresses the first thing that pops in my mind is flowy fabrics and soft silhouettes. Dresses with flowy sleeves, or long hems are perfect examples.
|Hanneli Mustaparta in Vintage Wide Leg Trousers|
|Textile Elizabeth and James Jimi Flare Jeans|
Flared denim and wide legged trousers are the way to go. Want to go a little further? Try a higher waisted version. If you really want to go retro try a printed trouser like Hanneli.
|Free People Crochet Cami via Asos|
|Zara Flower Blouse|
|Zara Embroidered Top|
Blouses in a solid colour or floral print work well tucked in to pants. If you are not into tucking opt for a pretty embroidered top or crochet cami. If you are adventurous try a cropped crochet top (works best with higher waisted bottoms).
|Jeffrey Campbell Snick Wedges|
Just like last spring/summer, the chunky shoe is back. Whether its a platform wedge or a platform shoe, these shoes will give you just enough 70's appeal (and the extra height doesn't hurt as well). I own the snicks and love them to death.
images via Zara, ShopBop, ASOS, Hanneli Mustaparta, and Solestruck