We all love a 70’s moment. From Studio 54 inspired disco outfits to boho chic aesthetics, the 1970’s was possibly the most diverse decade of fashion in living memory. We took huge inspiration from this super chic decade for our latest collection “70’s House”. Bold prints, disco-inspired silhouettes, and stylish swimwear all come together to create a must-have summer range.
One of the biggest pop culture influences of the 1970’s was disco. The funky music genre made an impact on fashion through style icons like Donna Summer and Diana Ross, while tv shows like Soul Train and the night-club Studio 54 gave the public a glimpse into the glamour of disco. “70’s House” takes these inspirations and puts a modern twist on them. Take our Red Bow Detail Sleeveless Playsuit for example. The chic sleeveless playsuit silhouette creates a classic disco feel while the bow detail on the chest adds a super cute element. Pair the playsuit with clear perspex boots for a modern take on disco style.
The 1970’s was all about bold prints. From home decor to fashion, the 70’s was full of interesting prints that have crept their way into our collection. This White Stripe & Tropical Print Shirt Dress is a perfect example of this. Combining a classic shirt dress design with a tropical floral print, this dress is ideal for summer in a classy way. Pair the dress with barely-there strappy heels for an ultra-feminine summer look.
What would a Summer Collection be without swimwear? Thankfully that sad prospect is not a reality thanks to our range of swimwear in the “70’s House” collection. Taking inspiration from bohemian fashion, our range of swimwear features cute ruffle detailing and bardot necklines to create a laid-back yet chic feel to the collection. Take this Blue Floral Print Bikini with Ruffle Detailing for example. Pairing classic floral prints with a pastel colour palette and ruffle detailing, this bikini is sure to turn heads by the pool while creating a cute vintage-inspired look.
Retro Colour Palette
One of the most identifiable elements of 70’s design is the colour palette. Muted yellows and burnt oranges were hugely popular shades during this decade, finding their way into fashion, architecture and interior design. This colour scheme also inspired the “70’s House” collection. For example, these Red & Yellow Leather Biker Shorts combine an edgy leather biker aesthetic with 70’s inspired colours. Crafted with red and yellow leather panels, these shorts are a fun way to create a rock’n’roll look while adding a fun pop of colour.
Loving the 70’s vibes? Check out the full “70’s House” collection here!