Pull out your turn table and dust off your Linda Ronstadt and Earth Wind and Fire albums, get ready to strip down to skirts and dresses and pile on eclectic accessories. The ’70s are back for spring fashion and achieving this swinging look is easier than ever.
Fashion Week recently reminded the world that history repeats itself and what is out is back in again. ’70s era muted prints and flowy free textures are dominating the fashion world. But before you walk out the door in your floral printed maxi dress or high waisted bell bottoms and peasant top, remember, it’s those accessories that complete the look.
An outfit is never an outfit without accessories. The ’70s was filled with feathers, amethyst and pearls, mixing and matching accessories of different stones and textures makes for a perfect look. It’s all about rings, and lots of ‘em. Rings look eclectic and are perfect for accentuating and exaggerating your swinging vintage look. Large oversized hats are bigger than life this season, paired with a solid colored scarf, you can’t go wrong.
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Don’t forget the belts and bags. Leather is especially great for completing the look.
Yes the ’70s was all about sex, drugs, rock ‘n roll and of course chambray. All those praying for the day that they can pull out that jean jumpsuit from the box in their garage marked “old clothes”, it looks like you’re in luck. Designers Derek Lam and Stella McCartney recently showed models strutting down the runway adorned in jean and chambray onesies.
I bet you are wondering how you could ever pull off this look without the feeling that you are burning a hole in your pocket. Luckily, Labels SCV has tapped in to this hot trend and is providing designer labels for beyond affordable prices. Labels also features racks of renewed clothing items– used brand name clothing, renewed and resold at lower, affordable prices.
Labels SCV currently has the hippest trends such as rings galore and more scarves than you could ever dream of.
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