Take A Trip Back To The ‘70s With These Surprising Print Updates

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  • Less Austin Powers and more Farrah Fawcett, build a new summer wardrobe with these ‘70s prints

    Think of ‘70s prints and you will probably think of a tidal wave of garish, clashing colours and mind-bending patterns, but this season designers have put a modern spin on a classic decade to make it oh-so wearable.

    A subtle take on everything from paisley to psychadelia, this summer sees the return of some bold prints that will help you to give a nod to this standout trend.

    Start by updating your animal print collection with some slinky python. This Ada Mini Snakeskin Handbag by McQ Alexander McQueen is a smart choice for adding a luxe edge to your daywear and channeling that relaxed ‘70s spirit that Kate Moss does so well.

    Update your kimono from last season with the Orchidea Silk Dress by Paolita. So easy and flattering, wear with denim cut offs for off duty days, or over your bikini on this year’s holiday.

    Or invest in this psychedelic Silk Maxi Dress by Paolita instead. The perfect summer cover-up, a simple one piece is the easiest way to channel any trend.

    We can’t talk about 70s prints without featuring a touch of tie die. The new Tie Dye Me Down Top by Free People will give you the ultimate ‘70s vibe and is sure to become a staple for the new season.

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