Wednesday, June 12th, 2013
Today I want to show you a look that has come back into fashion: flared trousers and everything related to the seventies.
I love when fashion does a comeback, and especially this type of clothing that suits a lot of women’s bodies. Personally, I think the most flattering looks are those from the fifties and seventies, for different reasons. The fifties had very distinctive clothing that outlined the female body perfectly. The flared trousers of the seventies made legs look longer (and could be put with some platforms giving that extra bit of height). However, in my opinion, the best things about the seventies were the accessories: huge horn-rimmed glasses, hats, handkerchiefs in the hair, necklaces, earrings… Anything goes with seventies fashion!
In order not to make an outfit too over the top, I believe it is better to choose one accessory and adapt it to your own style. I prefer simple clothes and accessories but, as always, it really depends on the day.
The seventies look for today begins with jeans from Paige Denim, some sandals from Pura López for Bgo & Me from their latest collection, a necklace with a pendant from Pat´s for AB Oviedo, a striped jersey that I´m always wearing from Sophie & Lucy for Eustyle and a jacket that I´ve already featured from
Swildens for Nac. The shoulder bag is from Spanish & Sisters for Eustyle, and I love it because you can use it like a wallet if you remove the handle and it is the perfect size to carry an Ipad. Finally, the folding glasses are the aviator model by Ray Ban.
Inside the bag I’m carrying a “one to one” stick from Benefit, which is handy for everything: lips, cheeks etc.
The nail polish that I’m using for this look today is “love touch” from Anny, which is amazing because it dries really quickly.
What do you think about my seventies look today? Which decade’s style do you think is the most comfortable?