60s & 70s Inspired Spring Outfits
Lately I have gotten more into 60s and 70s style fashion. Perhaps you remember my recent post about the 70s inspired denim romper? I can’t really explain this sudden passion for this era but I feel it is very youthful and sassy.
In fact, as a kid and teen I have always listened to the music of the 70s. That’s actually the music I am most familiar with. Perhaps now this passion has also transferred to my fashion sense. I also quite like the colourful and optimistic fashion of the 60s and 70s is.
60s & 70s Inspired
I can’t really get over the 70s inspired denim romper. Thus, I have created a few more outfits with this gorgeous item. I guess it is becoming one of my favourite pieces this year though I must admit that I haven’t worn it outside yet. I may be a bit self-conscious when it comes to wearing things that seem to be out of character.
But then again, I ask myself ‘what is my character?’. What is more, life is short and so is youth that’s why I have nothing to lose but just go for it and do the things I want.
A short while ago, I have thought the 40s and 50s are my era. However, I am not so sure about it anymore. I may change my opinion about things now and then but in the end my wish is to do what feels best and most like me.
Hence, I have combined this denim romper with a colourful vintage blouse by Otto Kern and my favourite Mary Jane shoes by Marc Jacobs (via momox). I also think that this playsuit goes very well with black boots and hat and a faux fur coat. This is an extravagant look that reminds me of music festivals.
Oh and of course this look is also great with a large fringe scarf like this one by Black Lily Fashion. These are the ultimate hippie vibes! But it is not only groovy and hippie but also coachella – like.
True Vintage 70s Skirt
I also want to share with you this outfit with a true vintage neon skirt by Trevira. I guess this is a skirt from the 70s. The colour is just amazing and screams spring and summer. Hence, I like to combine this pleated skirt with a colourful blouse like this printed one by Turnover.
I also like to combine this skirt with my lovely true vintage blouse by Blousey Vintage. In fact, I love the bright colours and these days I am looking for more true vintage stuff.
However, this look also goes well with white tigths and a light-coloured Seamstress of Bloomsbury blouse.
In a nutshell, you can never go wrong with some colourful 70s clothes, right? Let me know in the comments below if you love this fashion era as much as I do!