Update: We’re Obsessing Over These 70s Inspired Looks

It was the decade of roller skates, shag carpet, and Princess Leia. It was easy afternoons, a sweet coca-cola, and a little Bob Dylan playing on your 8-track.

Blame it on the ‘simpler’ times or on Farrah Fawcett’s ability to give us some serious volume envy, either way there’s something about the 70s that’s got us crushing on the notorious fashion era.

We might not be pulling out the polyester just yet, but we’re pretty confident that slipping into the past with fitted flares and a good platform shoe is a dang good place to start.

70s Styles | Amuse Dress in Muted Auburn

Including this tie top rendition from Amuse that turned into the Sunday shopping dress of our dreams.

With an effortless fit and flare body and soft fabric, it’s got us thinking something groovy like a quick coffee with our co-workers or an impromptu lunch date with a dear friend.

70s Styles | Amuse Dress in Auburn Stripes

Pair with a clean sneaker and you’ve got yourself a casual go-to that’s as comfy as it is charming.

70s Styles | Gilded Intent Sweater and Free People Skirt

Looking to get down to something a little more classic? We’re in love with oversized and cozy knit sweaters. Tucked into this black Free People pencil skirt? Well… there’s only one question that begs to be asked…

70s Styles | Skirt and Sweater

Can you dig it?

70s Styles | Flares and Crochet Top

But if you’re in business to update your bootcut jeans, then we suggest browsing a selection of fitted flares. With the same comfort of a wide leg, a flare jean embodies the free spirit in all of us. Add a neutral crop and a flowy cardigan and you’ve got a look that’s got us all wanting to say it…

That’s so 70s baby. Blossom on Apple iOS 10.3

70s Styles | Flares and Crochet Top with Ray Bans

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