Never have I been so dedicated to a trend for so long. And what is this trend, you may ask? The 1970s of course! Yes, I may sound like a broken record as I've been hammering on about all things 70s since the SS15 shows, but this is a trend that is refusing to settle down.
AW15 saw the continuation of the iconic SS15 trend, with denim, suede and florals galore appearing on the catwalk. Burberry and Anna Sui championed the trend, with ditsy florals, fringed waistcoats and Joni Mitchell-esque vibes. At Chloe, skinny scarves and peasant blouses reigned supreme. Jonathan Saunders also got in on the action, with a set of gloriously nostalgic looks displayed at the Tate Britain (trust me, I was there).
I love this skirt from ASOS, which is a perfect 70s inspired piece for when you don't quite know what the weather is doing upon waking up in the morning for work (pretty much every day in London, right?!). Combined with this TS striped tee, it is soooo 70s I can barely stand it, especially when finished off with my uber comfy brown mules and cross-body satchel (which, if you squint your eyes, could totally match). Want to rock the 70s trend in the warmer summer months but don't know how to include it into your look? As ever, I have some tips:
Ways to rock the 70s trend throughout the summer months:
-Flared dresses with neck ties
-Anything with brown leather or suede
-Pretty ditsy floral dresses
-Denim button up dresses and skirts
-Lace up suede brown wedges
-Tassles - I just bought a great pair of beachy black shorts with adorable tassles from TS.