All the seventies must-haves are back in vogue for Spring-Summer 2023 to be integrated with your wardrobe today. Whether Oversized sunglasses from Gucci or Plateau Sandals from Casadei or Valentino or Clogs from Fendi. Crochet is also back en vogue shown by Etro, Missoni and Fendi. One of the 70s most popular party dress was with fringes - but also on handbags from Fendi or on Boots from Dolce Gabbana.
The 1970s explored eyewear uniquely, where people began seeing glasses as fashion accessories rather than a way to see more clearly. Some classic 1970s styles include butterfly, square, and double bridge glasses. Such as oversized sunglasses 70s style from Gucci.
Wooden platform sandals and clogs were very much in vogue in the 1970s (Jane Birkin, 1973). Wood Clogs from Fendi. 1400 € or from Casadei €1075 - Casadei platform heels are the perfect match of elegance and comfort, without sacrificing femininity. Valentino Plateau elevate every outfit with their One Stud platform sandals from Valentino Garavani. Gucci Platform sandals with the recognisable double ring and bar adds a decorative finish to the pair of leather high heels.
Crochet dresses and tops in the 70s were very popular, and were not only worn in the summer (Luisa Mariposa 1971). Normally reserved for items like gloves and scarves, crocheting briefly became popular for everyday wear. Women could find anything crocheted — from vests and hats to dresses and hot pants.
Crochet dresses and tops in the 70s were very popular, and were not only worn in the summer. Normally reserved for items like gloves and scarves, crocheting briefly became popular for everyday wear. Women could find anything crocheted — from vests and hats to dresses and hot pants. Crochet has made a comeback in the recent fashion shows. And not only Amber Ambrosio is a fan of crochet; stylish crochet styles from Fendi or Etro.
Using fringes as a fashion detail was very much en vogue in the 1970s - whether on suits, waistcoats and jackets. It was probably so fashionable as a party dress due to the special effect- when dancing, the fringe would move and shake along with the wearer, sometimes even revealing a flash of leg. Many iconic celebrities from this era incorporated glamorous fringed looks into their wardrobes.