1970’s boho vibes continue to crop up in our latest arrivals for Spring 2017 and we are loving the subtleness of this classic decade’s influence.
The turbulent 70’s: a moment in time where the vibrancy and spirits of people couldn’t possibly emit a greater sense of freedom. In this decade the bell sleeve gathered full swing, and embroidery was intricately detailed over denim and so much more. Whereas the beginning half of the decade seemed to focus more on unisex clothing and utilitarian wear, the latter half transitioned itself into beautiful floral prints and more flowing styles. It’s now in the details of our modern pieces that we see subtle glimpses into our trendy past.
Take Me Away Dress
Dress: Blacktape ZigZag Printed Dress - $89 | Watch: Olivia Burton Ivory Dial with Silver Link - $250 | Shoes: Franco Sarto Margie - $150
This Blacktape printed dress is the only reason you’ll need to skip town and head somewhere warm. It goes perfectly with these nude Franco Sarto cut-out heels, and is effortlessly transformed with accessories from a day to evening look. The elegant full sleeve provides great coverage, and yet the cut of the dress is unbelievable breezy and comfortable. The material is light and crease resistant making it a perfect piece for that upcoming getaway.
Dress: Laundry Floral Dress - $395 | Watch: Daniel Wellington - $169 | Clutch: Matt & Nat Bee Dwell Crossbody - $115 | Shoes: Emu Black Suede Heel - $175
Ever wonder why embroidery is on absolutely everything right now? Ever think you’ll finally buy into the trend and then quickly regret it? Have no fear, this Laundry dress is the best example we’ve seen of the embroidery trend done right without looking like you’re trying too hard. It’s your perfect LBD with a pop of turquoise and pinks for that wedding you had no idea what you were going to wear to until now. Piece it together with a simple pair of heels and a cute clutch and you are well on your way to an embroidery victory.
Repeating trends are inevitable in fashion. But, the constant cycle of updated looks and takes on something old keeps us forever guessing which decade will be in next. Innovative fashion pops up here and there, but it's something about the familiar that draws us in and makes us fall in love with something all over again. Happy shopping ladies!