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Back to the 1970’s Fashion in 2015

Spring is in the air and the shops are filling up with new collections. What are the trends for coming spring? We’re going back to the 1970’s fashion in 2015.

When looking through lots of old photos from the 1970s I think I would have loved to have lived in this era. Though I am happy that the fabric qualities have improved as well as the fit. Luckily many fashion designers have been inspired by this fashion era which resulted into great new collections. I will show you my favorites.

earth tones

Many shades of red and brown can be found in the shops but my favorite is marsala. A beautiful dark red, almost brownish color. This color goes beautiful with dark brown tones, but also with different shades of blue. The color can really complement your skin tone though blondes have to be a bit more careful with this color. Especially great with denim!

Back to the 1970's Fashion in 2015

all items from New Look

denim tops and dresses 

Clean denim dresses and tops is what you can expect in the shops. Natural fibers like cotton and tencel makes these the perfect spring items, comfortable and light. Lots of styles are based on the classic denim blouse, with a placket and chest pockets but you will also see plain styles. The simplicity is in the fabric and that the special clean wash of the denim.

Back to the 1970's Fashion in 2015

items from Violeta by Mango 


indian summer

Suede, fringes and tassels are the details on your outfit. The native indian look continues this spring. Let the hippie inside you be free and go wild! You can keep it simple with just some accessories, or go all the way with suede garments and tassels everywhere.

back to the 1970's

 items from NewLook, MS Mode and Violeta by Mango

Of course these are just a few high lights of what is to come. Next to these trends seen on the catwalks there were many other streams as well which are not as much focussing on the 1970’s.

Do you like the ’70s? 

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