4 Timeless Ways to Accessorize Like a '70s Icon

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So the ’70s are back, and one way to ensure your wardrobe looks dynamite this season? Take a cue from the stylish women who pioneered the signature trends of their day. And thanks to David Yurman’s Albion Collection, it's easier than ever to throw it back to this glamorous era, with jewellery that nods to the decade's unforgettable fashion icons. From eye-catching cocktail rings to stackable bracelets, these wear-anywhere pieces will help you nail the ’70s look this spring.

See which David Yurman pieces to pair with the four icon-inspired looks below. 

Inspired by the all-out glamour of the Studio 54 set, this cocktail party dress is a contemporary take on Bianca Jagger’s signature Le Smoking tuxedo.

The Albion pendant, gold collar necklace, and gold chains accentuate the deep V neckline of this gorgeous evening look.

This tailored yet relaxed menswear-inspired look, a nod to Diane Keaton’s Annie Hall, makes for the perfect weekend uniform. Pair the cropped pant and boxy button-down blouse with wear-everywhere slides for that most-wanted tomboy chic.

The warm earth tones of this minimalist look provide the perfect canvas to let an Ablion timepiece and stacked bracelets shine.

Take a cue from the ’70s girl-next-door look made popular by Ali MacGraw and stick to classic staples, like a T-shirt and flared denim, paired with neutral accessories.

Proof you can incorporate elevated accessories into your daytime look—a minimalist gold charm necklace, thumb ring, and classic Albion ring keep the overall effect fresh and wholesome, yet still sophisticated.

Equal parts Debbie Harry and Patti Smith, this look brings the late ’70s punk-rock style into modern day. 

The stacked black onyx Albion bracelets and onyx pendant up the edge factor of this polished-punk outfit.

Nairi Najarian
Nairi Najarian