Muted 70s

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I’ve been a fan of the sartorial contributions from the 1970s long before they became a serious trend. I’ve always loved Talitha Getty and the bohemian prints from the decade relishing in the aftermath from the new wave of sexual and political freedom. There was something just so dream like about the 1970s fashion – in stark contrast to the political landscape. Maybe the reason why we’re so infatuated with the decade now is because our own politics are more similar than ever to the decade of political and economic unease and frustration? Who knows. But what I do know is that with brands like Chloe championing a bohemian 1970s girl, I’m all for it.

This outfit comprises of these amazing Zara printed palazzo pants that I picked up a few weeks ago, worn over my faithful Miss Selfridge body, a faux suede bomber that I bought in H&M circa 2009, some Nicole Farhi espadrilles, my sepia hued Bottega Veneta shades and my current favourite bag – this Chloe Drew dupe – bought from Forever 21 for a bargainous £17.99 (though that doesn’t mean that the real thing still isn’t on my wish list ;)).



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