70′s Glamour Trend
After the craziness surrounding Mad Men, it’s finally back to the 70s in fashion. Vintage fan or not, of course, fashion enthusiasts and modern view therefore choose a slightly polished look.
The ’70s were marked by freedom and love, so no better way to a new, fashioned by the following decade. For example, go for the elegant 70s style of Bianca Jagger at Studio 54, wearing a slender dress with ivory cigarette holder in hand, and a striking accessory in the dark, wavy hair. Even a handful of á la Jagger attitude is a prerequisite for this look.
Ferragamo on the catwalk for autumn 2011 models paraded in ultra-long, voluminous dresses in a shiny, deep red fabric with metallic shimmer. 70s is a fly and shows a golden investment for the entire year.
Head designer for Ferragamo, Massimiliano Giornetti, was inspired by the late ’60s and early ’70s with a free mind and a gypsy style steal the show. Too nostalgic, the Ferragamo collection certainly not with the special pop-art style prints, plus bursts of bright colors.
Romantic dresses in shades of sand, macramé, crochet, transparent and safari jackets are Ferragamo elements not be ignored in the wardrobe. The flared trousers in shades this summer ruled absolutely chic.
Eclectic and 70s were known as the key to the Etro look for summer 2011. Designer Veronica Etro combined smart, city based ethnic pieces with clear details on shirt dresses, pants and bulging waist, long dresses in a fresh color palette.
Striking and refreshing were also long blocks of color creations here and there an asymmetrical sleeves. The flower and paisley prints, which is famous Etro, 2011 to further clean and slightly more geometric performed.
As a subtle step toward a 70s look, the eyelid may be baptized in a lot of purple powder for an Etro-like appearance. His flat sandals under maxi skirts and colorful shawls for her in a very 70s accessory.
Go during the day for a white blouse with ruffles at the neck or a naturally playful jumpsuit. Outfits for the evening require a high slit in the skirt or a large leather belt over a miniskirt.