Here’s How You Can Pull Off Looks From The Sexy ’70s

Here’s How You Can Pull Off Looks From The Sexy ’70s

Sheefa Gilani
Sheefa (The Kash Girls)
Sheefa (The Kash Girls)

If the fashion Gods were to be believed, the ’70s are making a comeback and it’s in every fashionista’s best interest to invest in this season’s grooviest trend. If you think the ‘70s were just about flowers, you’re wrong. This week we’re taking a little trip back to the era of free love and positive vibes. We are mixing up the classic retro trend with contemporary styles for outfits that scream cool! Take a peek at how you can pull this season’s sexiest trend without a flaw.

Sheefa in Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Steve Madden and Miss Flurrty Accessories
Sheefa in Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Global Desi, Steve Madden and Miss Flurrty Accessories

Flared Pants

Channel your inner hippie with the ‘70s mainstream fashion trend; the bell bottoms. Pairing tight tops with baggy pants was a big trend in the ‘70s. Think laser cut crops and neon bralets paired with denim flares and platform heels.

Sheefa in Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Steve Madden and Miss Flurrty Accessories
Sheefa in Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Global Desi, Steve Madden and Miss Flurrty Accessories

Fashion Tip: To keep the flared trend looking modern, you may choose to replace the tight tops for something more relaxed and oversized.

The Fringe Gal

Fringe is definitely here to stay. The ‘70s was a time when fashion conventions truly broke down. And, since we’re on the side of fashion having no boundaries, the Kash girls definitely encourage you to get creative with layering different textures and patterns. Look how I layered my fringe mini skirt and zipper detailed, crop top look.

PS: I am in love with this bright coloured chocker necklace from Miss Flurrty. You like?

Sheefa in Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Zara, Forever 21 and Miss Flurrty Accessories
Sheefa in Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Zara, Forever 21 and Miss Flurrty Accessories

Fashion Tip: Though fringe might seem like a trickier trend to pull off, it works really well on coats, jackets and skirts.

Don’t forget to bring on the funky accessories. A ‘70s outfits is incomplete without your bright coloured Lennon glasses, chunky necklaces, earthy toned slings, lots of beads and gold cuffs to go along with the look.

Sheefa in Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Zara, Forever 21 and Miss Flurrty Accessories
Sheefa in Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Zara, Forever 21 and Miss Flurrty Accessories

Take your cue from the KASH girls this week and inject a shot of ’70s into your wardrobe with our styles.

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