Seventies style is making a rock'n'roll comeback for spring/summer 2018 with it-sweaters, flares, A-line designs and graphic prints. 


The 1970s are one of the most revisited decades when it comes to fashion, and they continue to influence modern style. Thanks to the era’s uniqueness and freedom of expression, the ’70s and their style are something to which both designers and fashion-lovers are continuously drawn. All you need to know is how to rework those time-tested trends to fit perfectly into your wardrobe.


Fashion in the ’70s covered many genres and styles. Thanks to a penchant for creativity and expression, the decade saw the birth of many trends that continue to influence fashion today. Included amongst these trends were also the key items and details for which the decade is now known, such as earthy tones, suede, bell-bottom pants, fringing, and high-waisted designs.


When it comes to creating a chic outfit, the ’70s are a great source of inspiration. Thanks to the diversity of fashion in the decade, the ’70s have something for everyone. All you need to do is pick the style that best suits your personal tastes. Just remember, instead of completely copying a look from the past, you should aim to work it into your modern wardrobe for a contemporary take on the trend.


All the classy ladies will especially love this style in the 1970s fashion, since it’s all about understated elegance. Everything elegant from the pant suit and crisp A-line silhouettes to a laid-back uniform and a classic coat with sharp lines will do in this case. You should only give preference to rich fabrics and clean and minimal silhouettes, as well as stick to the classic color palette including white, blue and red.


And since the seventies are all about eye-catching, you can always spice up your look with a floral printed sweater with the A-line skirt. Sneakers and oversized sunglasses can become amazing complementing details.


As we noted above, the ‘70s fashion is extremely diverse and has the ideal style for everybody. Depending on your personality and unique taste in fashion you can go for the following seventies styles: