The ‘70s-Inspired Pieces That Are Giving Our Wardrobes Some Serious Saturday Night Fever

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  • Mix feminine glamour with masculine tailoring for an on-trend evening look that is strictly ‘70s

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    Take your style cue from that ‘70s classic, Saturday Night Fever, for a glamorous take on eveningwear this summer – and we’re not just talking about the female cast. Channel John Travolta’s slick tailoring and all white look for seriously stylish nights out. Of course, you need to throw in a bit of high-octane glamour, but that’s where a trophy cover up comes in…

    We can’t get over how amazing this Unreal Fur Wanderlust Faux Fur Coat is. The beautiful teal shade really vamps up what is already a pretty decadent style and the shaggy, longer length of this oh-so covetable coat makes it the perfect piece to help you achieve that ‘70s look without making any extra effort. We don’t care how hot this summer gets; we’ll be throwing this on over every outfit after dark.

    Team your new fur coat with some sexy tailoring for a masculine edge. Classic tuxedo trousers, teamed with sky-high heels and a structured top will make sure you are bang on trend and channeling all the right aspects of the current ‘70s trend. You can’t beat these Rachel Tuxedo Trousers by Karl Lagerfeld for flattering cut and that modern-retro fit.

    And finally, here’s that Travolta-inspired structured top to finish off your new look. The Ocean Cap Sleeve Bodice by Vivienne Westwood Anglomania mixes the innocence of Broderie Anglaise with the rebellious heart Westwood is so well known for.

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