I LOVE 70's styling. So I thought I’d jump on the Daisy and the Six bandwagon. The TV show everyone is talking about. If you haven't seen it, you must! It's on Amazon Prime. 70’s style is everywhere right now and Daisy Jones is partly to blame for this! If you don’t want to go full 70’s you can still add a little bit of 70’s to your outfit with some accessories (and you know I love accessories!)
I’m going to mainly focus on accessories but will touch on clothes too. Starting with wide leg jeans which are everywhere!!! Literally every high street store or designer has a wide leg offering. They are a really flattering style. The only decision is which length to go for. I went for a short length that allows me to wear with my trainers, sandals and cowboy boots (which have a lowish heel).
I love Seventy + Mochi for their conscious denim and lots of vintage inspired pieces. Marks and Spencer are doing denim really well at the moment and I have their wide legged jeans which have a bit of stretch and are a great shape. I sized up and they are super comfy.
Denim jackets or denim shirts worn open as a jacket are great for a 70's look. A floaty blouse. I have a suede jacket I bought from vinted (pictured below) but have seen another fab one at House of Bruar. Sezane also lends itself to this era. Their denim jackets are very 70’s (the Will style) , I have the version from a few years ago and wear it loads. I also love the Seventy + Mochi patchwork denim jacket. The M&S denim utility jacket is a more budget friendly option at £45.
Kimono's - I love a kimono for dressing up and down in the Summer. The cream lace vintage style kimono is v similar to something Daisy wore with denim shorts and a vest underneath. I have this kimono and have worn it on holiday (it's fab to take you from day to night) over a bikini and over shorts. I also love the Vintage style kimono jacket for a 70's feel for a night out (also great over swimwear too for a luxe look on your hols!) Both pictured above.
Shoes - my go to for 70’s styling are my clogs, tan leather boots or cowboy boots. I have bought all of the above pre loved from Vinted or Ebay in the past but there are loads on the high street. If you want to achieve the look by shopping your wardrobe I’d go for anything in brown leather. Tan leather sandals are great when it's warm enough. I have some handmade ones from Greece that have a real vintage feel. Brown leather or suede boots if you can’t brave cold feet yet! My clogs are Boden and as well as vintage cowboy boots I love Maryviento if you are after something a bit special!
70's Oversized Sunglasses - I love oversized sunglasses (you may have noticed there are lots on Scott-Samuel!) and these are a super easy way to give a little 70’s glam to your outfit. Here are some of my faves… but do take a look as a lot of styles come in different colourways. Shop sunglasses here. If you have any questions about a specific style, do not hesitate to ask. All my sunglasses offer UVA and UVB protection.
Bags - personally I love a tan leather bag for a bit of 70’s styling. My all time favourite is the Vintage Style studded leather bag. The washed leather woven bucket bag is also a fab option. Or how about the washed leather Bumbag in cognac, the bucket bag with tassels or the studded clutch. The heart crochet bag is perfect for adding a bit of crochet to your outfit. We have loads of suede fringed bags... all perfect for 70's styling. The square fringed bag or the small fringed bag are my faves.
Scarves - the long navy Paisley scarf is an easy 70’s addition to your outfit. Wear it around your head, in your hair, round your neck, on your bag. The coral rope scarf also works well. Belts The brown leather knot belt looks fab styled for a 70's look.
Jewellery For me stacked up bracelets, layered gold necklaces and gold hoops are a winner with this look. Shop jewellery here.
If you have any questions about any of the products do not hesitate to ask!