The 70’s Trend or Staple?
Every fashion season there is one decade that is always on trend, the 70’s. From floppy hats, bells, pocket details, button fronts and whimsical prints, 70’s fashion and style has taken over. For so many Southern California bohemian babes the 70’s is just part of our everyday style.
To me personally, if a decade is trending EVERY season it’s really just a style and not a trend at all. Of course there are always different details of the decade that are highlighted “trending” but at the end of the day, bohemian style is here to stay.
Bells & Flares
Printed bells have been trending on the streets of the OC for the last few years thanks to a Southern California Brand by the name of Novella Royale (you might have heard of them before) . Novella Royale’s pulse on the seventies has been hugely influential. From print to fit, Novella’s bells are hands down my favorite.
This season’s denim fad is all about the flares. Of course this go around is all about high-waisted flares and as we all know this style of denim is the most flattering on everybody. It lengthens our legs (thanks to the wedges and clogs hiding under our flares), it balances our booties and for the vast majority of us without a “thigh gap” they are the most slimming denim around.
Dresses | Texture, Color & Print
It’s the details of the era that get highlighted each season that become trends. The 70’s is a decade that seems to give us endless style possibilities. Color, texture and print seem to always be at the helm of 70’s style. One of the easiest ways to get this look is in a dress. Dresses have a way of fully expressing an era without being trendy.
One of the trending details of the 70’s is the throwback to color; mustard, avocado and rust. This 70’s color palette seems to be getting a lot of attention this fall season. Again, this is another way to incorporate a trend without being trendy.
Dress: for Love & Lemons from the Shop Laguna
This as been the year of the skirt. The resurgence of denim skirts and the button front skirt has been prolific! Whether these two trends have been merged together or paired back to different 70’s details, like bold front pockets, the skirt has taken over.
Mixing 70’s trends is always a good idea! As skirts have been on top this year so has lace-up details. Combining details of the same decade is a good idea as long you add a modern element.
Top: Faithful the Brand// Hat: Brixton both from Blue Eyed Girl// Skirt: Level 99 from The Soul Project// Bag from the Shop Laguna
Model: Anabel Bostedt// Stylist: Katie O’Sullivan// Styling Assistant: Kirby Morris// HMU: Nicci Gaona from the Love of Hair Studio// Photography & Creative Direction: Rachael Dickens// Location Manager: Natalie Dickens