Of all the spring trends we can’t wait to start trying, the ‘70s tops our list. From printed trapeze dresses to gladiator sandals to drool-worthy suede separates, this imitable decade is full of stylish, wearable pieces. Not sure where to start? Look to the experts! We gathered four of our favorite style icons from the ‘70s and assembled a shopping guide to assist you.
The Goodbye, Colombus actress who worked for Diana Vreeland for six years and modeled and styled for Vogue is recognizable by her chocolatey brown locks (always parted in the center), bohemian blouses, and tall boots. If you fancy the all-American West Coast look, we bet you’ll love her style.
Bianca marrying Mick Jagger in a milky white skirt suit holds an irreplaceable spot in our sartorial memory, as do the rest of her bold signature looks. If you have an affinity for fancy furs, menswear-inspired separates, and glamorous party getups, we think you’ve found your personal style icon.
Inventor of our present-day idea of what it means to be a lady of the canyon, Mitchell epitomizes the ease and laid-back nature of ‘70s-style dressing.
Who knows if it’s the flowing chiffon frocks or the charming top hat, but there’s something entirely enchanting about the Fleetwood Mac singer’s style that has kept us captivated (and copying) year after year.