The disco decade is back!
The nineties isn’t the only trend coming back around this year, yes the 70s are making a comeback too. Fresh off the Isabel Marant and Balmain runways 70s inspired fashion is everywhere.
The Zendaya x Tommy Hilfiger collection was released last week too. Flared trousers, tight slogan tees, long pleated skirts and jumpsuits are here to stay this SS19.
When you think of the trends from the 70s decade, hippies wearing fringe and gogo boots probably come to mind, but carry on reading to find out our top wearable high st. 70s looks.
ZENDAYA X TOMMY HILFIGER
Zendaya announced her collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger back in October 2018 and we’ve been eagerly waiting for a first look at the collection.
Fresh off the Paris fashion week catwalk, the Zendaya x Tommy Hilfiger collection did not disappoint.
Alongside the already legendary model lineup, Grace Carter graced the stage too.
Here’s some of our fave looks from the collection!
White bootcut jeans do a great job at elongating your legs. Pair with a tight slogan tee and leather trench for that business casual look.
The capsule collection also features plenty of striped tees and dresses, satin wrap dresses and printed swimwear.
The Zendaya and Tommy Hilfiger collection might be full of disco fever outfits, but heaps of high street brands have also followed this too!
Here are our favourite 70s looks that we are loving this season.
High st. brand Urban Outfitters have heaps of 70s inspired flares, perfect for festivals and comfy summer days.
Pair with a slogan tee for cool retro look.
Zara Larsson also wore a pair of Elsie & Fred blue flares in her video for ‘Ruin My Life’.
When you think of tie dye and the 1970s hippies probably come to mind. But we’re here to let you know that tie-dye is not only a big trend this Spring Summer ‘19 but it’s also a very wearable trend.
Newcomer Hex even wore his tie dye in his vid for Stunna.
This Urban Outfitters lilac tie-dye top features on our trending page.
Pair this Topshop tie-dye waffle top with some jeans for a lowkey 70s look.
Topshop have heaps of tie dye items that are sure to make you look groovy!
HALTER NECK TOPS
Halter neck tops are great because they are flattering and go with pretty much anything. Pair with some shorts to keep you cool in summer, some leather trousers for a night out, or some denim bell bottom jeans for a full 70s look.
Clothes with halter necklines were on show at the Jacquemus show at Paris Fashion Week.
Halter neck tops are perfect for if you still want to channel your inner 70s diva but also want to look fashionable.
Wear this Asos Design halter top with some white trousers for a summer evening look.
BELL BOTTOM / FLARED JEANS
Flared jeans are making a comeback this season. The great thing about them is they are super flattering and make your legs look almost as long as a horses face!
Wear with some boots for a smart casual look. Perfect to take the outfit from day to night.
STUDIO 54 DRESSES
ASOS have loads of 70s options which look like they came straight from a party at Studio 54.
This silver dress would look perfect with some boots for a night out, plus it’s on sale!
This top with a pair of flared trousers would look sick for a festival.