Nothing is more iconic '70s than the classic wrap dress. This sleeveless version is perfect for summer, and the print couldn't be more eye-catching.
Tailored flares in a dark wash look polished without venturing into hippie-land. The subtle bell at the hem speaks to the trend but doesn't look costumey.
The color palette screams "Me decade," while the fitted shift silhouette is thoroughly modern.
A classic wide-leg shape all done up in of-the-moment coral. Pair with a crisp white oxford for a cool, streamlined look.
Retro-tinged tiered fringe gets a posh update with a classic chain strap.
Whether tied around your neck or looped onto your bag, this adds a shot of sophisticated, louche appeal.
The tie-neck collar and billowy sleeves call to mind a vintage Lauren Hutton.
Floppy hats are so rock and roll in its heyday—utterly glamorous and a bit off-the-cuff.
Platforms done right: a macrame-wrapped heel juxtaposed with sporty black canvas.
Such a great homage to the times—wear it with a blazer and slick black pumps to make it meeting-worthy.
Oversize shades never go out of style, just like the mystery they evoke. The lightly tinted lenses are an unexpected touch, too.
It looks like a keepsake passed down from a generation, but the extra-long chain makes it fresh for today.
A copper-looking cuff is a chic and offbeat alternative to silver or gold, and the intricate floral and leaf etching looks deceptively pricey.