Faux Fur Coat
Faux real though... this is the staple to choose if you're all about creating the comfiest looks. Oversized shapes are best as they're easy to layer and super versatile. Wear it in earth tones like Altuzarra's super-soft version above or rich jewel tones, with your favorite tailored flared jeans and chunky scarf for a retro-modern mix or opt for a faux leather skirt, chunky heels, and wool hat for a sophisticated seventies vibe.
This is the staple you need if you aren't really into the seventies trend, but still want to channel it somehow. Flared jeans have always been super flattering and they're pretty much the chicest way to wear the 70s. Choose either a super dark denim or a light, retro wash that sits high at the waist. If you're not feeling denim at all, you're in luck, since flared pants in a variety of patterns and fabrics are super in at the moment (as seen on Tom Ford Resort '15 above). It's best to style the pair with wedges and a classic blouse, tee, or tank. Seriously cool vibes here.
An effortless way to wear the seventies trend, I promise you'll feel so relaxed in this piece that you'll never want to wear another blouse again (but please do). Look for a loose fit in silk, crepe de chine, or a soft cotton-muslin and wear either an all-white look as seen on the Chloe S/S '15 runway, with those flared jeans you snagged or your favorite denim cut-offs.
I use to wear a lot of suede when I was younger and didn't really know much about trends, stopped wearing it for some silly unknown reason, and now I'm eager to snag an oh-so-soft luxurious suede skirt. I love this piece in dark browns, olives, and camel shades, either in A-line or form-fitting silhouettes, cut short and sexy or knee-length and sophisticated, like at Ralph Lauren's S/S '15 show. Wear yours with tucked-in knits and sleek boots in the cooler months, and transition to delicate blouses or fitted tops paired with sandals when it's warmer.
The romantic boho-chic trend got a serious luxe makeover for this Spring. Flowy silhouettes are definite eye-catchers in the prettiest floral prints and deep color palettes, like at Gucci's F/W '15 show seen above. The piece truly does speak for itself, so I would keep your overall look minimal with delicate, minimalist jewelry and sleek sandals.
Clogs / Mules
I know, I was never a fan of clogs either. This time around though, the modern take on the platform shoe - along with the less clunky version, the mule - is just too good to pass. The epitome of 70s glamour, in browns, camels, and floral prints (as seen on Prada's S/S runway above), make the perfect go-to retro accessory. Mules are a great alternative to clogs if you're not a fan of the thick round-toe, but still want the seventies feel and height. Wear yours with that bohemian printed dress, midi skirt, or flared jeans.