Fall Fashion Guide

Trends go back to the ’70s this season with retro patterns, accessories, and menswear.


Subtly 70’s

three ways to wear this season’s hottest womenswear trends.

The ’70s fashion revival arrived this spring, bringing peasant blouses, retro stripes, and all things fringe back with a vengeance. And luckily, this trend will be hanging around through fall, allowing an easy seasonal transition and way less buyer’s remorse when contemplating your spring and summer splurges.


Suede

Suede skirt ($25) at Bottle of Bread. Veronica Beard sweater ($350) at Ruth Shaw. En Crème shirt ($42) at Babe. Sunglasses ($30) at Hunting Ground. Betmar Maple hat ($89) at Hats in the Belfry. Robert Clergerie brogues ($695) at Ruth Shaw.

Denim

Bella Dahl denim shirt ($145) at JG Sassy. Joe’s Jeans Camilla jeans ($179) at Jean Pool. Fringe necklace ($16) at Hunting Ground. Michael Kors watch ($225) at Handbags in the City. Kork-Ease Berit wedges ($174) at Poppy and Stella. Ark Reworks backpack ($118) at Hunting Ground.

Print

Ella Moss Nairobi wrap dress ($194) at Babe. Light shearling vest ($1,295) at Mano Swartz. BC sling back clogs ($94) at South Moon Under. Hiza handmade leather satchel ($160) at Doubledutch Boutique.

Haute Hippie

When accessorizing these looks, remember less is more — one statement piece at a time. Layer your necklaces by sticking with a single metal and vary chains by length for an effortless boho look.

Accessories

1. Jeffrey Campbell Helene boots ($189) at Poppy and Stella. 2. Nouveau 1910 14k gold and agate ring ($875) at Bijoux. 3. Wood bangle ($8) at Bottle of Bread, orange Bakelite costume bracelet ($275) and green Bakelite costume bracelet ($565) at Bijoux. 4. Diane Von Furstenberg Disco leather and fringe drawstring bag ($298) at Handbags in the City. 5. Berge double-buckle belt ($170) at Ruth Shaw. 6. Helen Kaminski Vavara rollable hat ($275) at Hats in the Belfry.7. Quay Australia Throwback 2.9 round sunglasses ($50) at Blushing Gypsy. 8. Turkish Delight skull necklace ($70) at Jean Pool.

Feelin’ Groovy

three ways to wear this season’s hottest menswear trends.

For men, the key to incorporating ’70s style is not to overdo it—otherwise you end up looking like you’re going to a costume party! Go for subtle touches: a denim on denim look (never the same shade of denim!), a suede jacket, and a boldly patterned shirt.


Suede

Suede jacket ($95) at Charlotte Elliott. Jachs polka dot shirt ($79) at Jean Pool. Joe’s Jeans Brixton pants ($145) at South Moon Under. Clae Ellington suede shoes ($110) at South Moon Under. Ray-Ban sunglasses ($119) at South Moon Under.

Denim

RRL by Ralph Lauren shirt ($195) at Samuel Parker Clothier. J Brand Cole jeans ($210) at The QG. Red Wing Shoes Iron Ranger boots ($310) at Sixteen Tons. Buffalo Billfolds & Belts leather belt ($55) at Sixteen Tons.

Print

Polo Ralph Lauren blazer ($895) at Samuel Parker Clothier. Straight Faded shirt ($30) at Sixteen Tons. Christopher Schafer Clothier trousers ($300) at Christopher Schafer Clothier. Tissot watch ($1,650) at The QG. Men’s leather dress shoes ($26) at Milk & Ice Vintage.

far Out!

accessories to go along with that ’70s look
wear this season’s hottest womenswear trends.

Integrate small elements into your outfits that give slight nods to the past, while still keeping in line with your personal style. And don’t be afraid of prints! Tone them down by pairing them with neutral colors.


Accessories

1. Original Penguin 5127 socks ($15) at The QG. 2. Nixon Sentry leather watch ($150) at South Moon Under. 3. Christopher Schafer Clothier black paisley tie ($75) at Christopher Schafer Clothier. 4. Nixon Swamis backpack ($65) at South Moon Under. 5. Vintage navy bandanna ($15-20) at Sixteen Tons. 6. Rancourt for Samuel Parker suede oxford boots ($395) at Samuel Parker Clothier. 7. The British Belt Company Lanlay leather briefcase ($700) at The QG. 8. Raen Remmy sunglasses ($135) at South Moon Under.

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