6 Trendy Outfit Ideas Inspired by Jane Birkin, Farrah Fawcett, and Diana Ross

The '70s are back, baby. But it's not just bell-bottom jeans and fringe this time around—crochet, babydoll dresses, oversize round sunglasses, and frilly tops will also be hugely popular this spring and summer. Mark my word. 

I looked to three of the era's icons for a little help with '70s-inspired outfit ideas that still look cool today. It was the decade Farrah Fawcett got her breakthrough role in Charlie's Angels, Diana Ross enjoyed huge success with The Supremes, and Jane Birkin became the poster girl for French-girl style. All three women's style has stood the test of time and is still impossibly cool to this day. Scroll down for six outfit ideas inspired by the '70s. 

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I'm obsessed with this simple outfit Farrah Fawcett wore in July 1976. 

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As you can see, Diana Ross nailed airport style in 1973.

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Shown here in Cannes, Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg were a power couple in the '70s. 

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Jane Birkin and George Harrison were photographed here in 1970. 

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Jane Birkin's crochet dress from 1970 is iconic. 

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Diana Ross looked impeccably stylish at the Tony Awards in 1977. 

Next, five easy spring trends I found at Reformation and J.Crew

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