Final Touch: That ’70s Trend
Over the past few seasons, the ’70s have been giving the fashion industry major feels. And while you’ve probably put away your festival-worthy florals and bell-sleeved rompers by now, it’s no secret the trend is still going strong, as designers continued to draw on classic boho details for Fall/Winter 2015/2016, from suede and fringe to fitted turtlenecks and bell-bottom jeans.
The best way to work the boho look in cooler temps is with throwback cuts in luxe textures and toasty hues. Reach for wide-legged pants and double-breasted coats in rich shades such as navy, pumpkin and burgundy. Look for fancy fabrics like leather, silk and tweed wool while you’re at it for a ’70-inspired look that’s perfectly on point. Pull it all together with an almond-toe ankle boot featuring a tonal platform and chunky curved heel (a key shape this season) and a patchwork crossbody bag. Aside from the comfort factor, a stacked-heel boot in black or bordeaux will look equally chic with culottes as it will with a flared pant or tailored A-line skirt and tights. From back-to-back meetings to warming winter cocktails with the girls, you can flaunt that ’70s flair in your weather-appropriate ensemble all winter long.
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