Sweet Seventies

Sweet Seventies
From tailored suits to disco style dresses, this season's trend reveals a modernised, more glamorous version of classic 70s fashion.  As Diane von Furstenberg put it, "It's not about going to a party, it's about life as a party." DKNY opted for tailored pencil skirts and matching jackets while Thom Browne chose over the top dresses decorated with floral embroidery. Phillip Lim's collection featured a lot of grunge with biker jackets and over the knee boots. New York Fashion composite 1 Geometric patterns are at the heart of this trend and the key to pulling off the look is keeping accessories to a minimum to draw attention to the print. Our Aina Bodycon Mini Geometric Print Dress is the ideal item to add to your wardrobe if you want to try this trend. Wear with nude or black heels and a black clutch bag. cc4dc9024bb1216d26a96158828bd823(2) Many of our fave celebs including Florence Welch and Alexa Chung have been loving this trend. Miranda Kerr nails the look in a floor length Balenciaga dress paired with a black clutch bag and red lips.

Miranda Kerr

Get a look similar to Miranda's with our Karly Chequered Midi Bodycon Dress. Style with black or nude accessories and wear hair up for maximum impact. c2008f8b950314a7abc515cf834dba8d(2)Trend setter Alexa Chung shows her own take on the trend in this sweet 70s style smock dress which she pairs with flats and grey tights for a casual look. Alexa Chung Florence Welch Florence Welch makes this trend look effortless by wearing a Chanel maxi skirt and jacket combo paired with ankle boots. Bohemian braids, floaty maxi dresses, geometric prints and tailored trousers are just a few of the many ways that you can incorporate the trend into your wardrobe. By Emer O'Toole @IKRUSH_Emer
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