Hello, my dear fashion readers! Today’s post is dedicated to my favorite modern ways how to wear 1970’s fashion staples this year. As we all know, seventies decade is known for its wild, carefree and free-spirited style. I think most of you would love to incorporate it into your street looks. If you are looking for modern ways how to make 1970’s fashion look awesome on you, then I am here to share with you some of my favorite tips and tricks to make this trend look awesome on you. If I do have your attention, then you are more than welcome to see modern ways to wear seventies fashion in real life. Read on to find out more.
The first thing that popped into my mind is double denim look. This idea is great for those gals who want to make things look less dressy and more casual and everyday appropriate. I remember when bloggers advised us to wear different denim shades, but fashion dictates its own rules. That’s why we see ladies who wear the same light wash outfits that look like onesies or jumpsuits. Sure, you can avoid this look by wearing blue denim vest with black or any other dark color denim pants. The result looks modern and ideal for everyday wear. You can choose earthy tones that won’t look flashy or loud. This color palette automatically reminds me of 1970’s fashion, but if you know how to style it the right way, then there will be no problem in wearing earth hues modernly. Start from shades of beige, forest green, brown, tan, etc. My next favorite is garments made of suede textile. In today’s fashion world this fabric overshadowed leather. I am so in love with suede garments. Just look at ladies who appear in suede dresses, jackets, trousers that are easily paired with other fabric clothing staples. You can use suede in lots of awesome modern ways. For instance, you can try on a suede tailored dress and pair it with a leather jacket or lightweight kimono. If you want to add vibrancy to your look, then how about wearing fringes that will ideally update your 70’s inspired look. The fringes look great on suede, leather jackets, skirts, dresses, trousers, bags, and shoes. Next update that will undoubtedly make you look and feel special is patchwork. Originally, this pattern appeared on leather and suede, but you can find it everywhere right now. It looks great with denim, cardigans, blazers, and cardigans. For instance, I see lots of gals who appear on the streets wearing patchwork bombers styled with high-rise jeans and classic trainers. If you want to look vintage-inspired, then you can always pair cream-white trench coats with cream-brown tops tucked in patchwork skirts. My next favorite is button-down skirts and flared pants. These two bottom-garments are on the high fashion peak right now. These two essentials will definitely add a little bit of femininity and flatter your shape. If you are in love with bohemian fashion, then I’ve got plenty of looks that will surely inspire you. Here we see lovely boho chic dresses in flowing shapes and maxi lengths.