Photographed by: Daniella Guzzo Photography
I’m keeping it cool this week and channeling my inner hippie chick! Here are four key wardrobe essentials to help you create that perfect 70’s inspired look that’s on-trend and oh-so chic!
Fringe is a key element for creating a cool 1970’s inspired look. It’s adds a care-free, flirty and playful vibe to an outfit. You’ll notice that the fringe trend is carrying over from last season and continues to appear on pants, skirt, boots and jackets. I love this suede jacket that I picked up from Winners; it’s tailored in fit and is cropped to define the waistline. It wears well with jeans or dresses, and layers nicely over a denim jacket.
If you’re more likely to wear this trend in a subtle way, opt for fringe details in a great bag or boots.
#2 Floral Print
Incorporating a soft floral print is another great way to play up that 70’s vibe. Whether it’s in the form of a dress or blouse, I would stick to a neutral earthy color palette in a soft “Bo-Ho” inspired print. This blouse is a thrifted item I picked up at Value Village. It was only $10 and one of the elements I love most about this piece is the pretty lace trim detail.
#3 Flared Denim
Flared and wide leg trouser jeans are considered a classic wardrobe staple. This cut is very sophisticated and works for all body types. Great for elongating the leg when worn with a great heel. I’m so glad I invested in these 7 For All Mankind – Tailorless Ginger Bordeaux Broken Twill jeans. They are a mid-rise cut, which are extremely comfortable, and really echo that 70’s style sensibility.
#4 Brimmed Hat
A wide brimmed or floppy hat is a must-have for Fall and completes this “hippie-chic” look! I’m slightly obsessed with my hat collection; particularly the wide brim variety. This hat from Old Navy (last season) is available this season, with a slight style modification, AND it’s on sale!
Peace out my friends! I’d like to extend a heart felt THANK YOU to all of our veterans and military personnel who put their lives on the line and fight for our freedom and democracy. I feel very blessed to be living this beautiful country, Canada, that is “true north strong and free!”! Happy Remembrance Day Weekend, Everyone. Lest we forget! xo
“Fair the well my nightingale, I’ve lived but to be near you.
Tho’ you are singing somewhere still I can no longer hear you.”
Leonard Cohen – RIP