Today’s Wardrobe: Seventies infused style


We live in an era where all decades of fashion is appreciated, from the embellishments of the roaring twenties, to double denim of the nineties; and what is most on trend at the moment: seventies style.

The seventies was the home of platforms, corduroy, and fedoras- all which are wonderful in themselves. This was an era which changed the typical Brit’s style from the ‘youthquake’ which was the sixties; with its ‘babydoll’ clothing, to the androgynous more casual clothing of the seventies.

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I love the colours of the seventies, with its burnt oranges, moss greens, and caramel browns. It sticks to a neutral colour palette but there is a flare of colour in the mix ever so often!

When I saw this jumper from Topshop I just fell in love with it, the pop of orange-red is the perfect detail; paired with this baker hat from Primark it creates a nostalgic look.



Here are the pictures:



Bag, skirt, coat and earings: Primark 

Jumper: Topshop

Shoes: Boohoo

Belt: New Look

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What I especially love about this outfit is that most of it already had in my wardrobe; the coat is from last year, the skirt and scarf is from a couple of years ago. I’m not ashamed to admit that I haven’t gone clothes shopping in goodness-knows how long, but it doesn’t mean I don’t take pride in my appearance!

In my eyes, fashion is being able to add to your wardrobe as the seasons come and go, clothing is much more diverse than it is portrayed to be. Before going shopping for your ‘fall wardrobe’ look at what you have; you’ll be surprised as to what you have to work with…


Much love,


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