The Flare Edit

This season there is no escaping the 70’s vibe.  It may be 18 decades later but this season is all about the 70’s salutes the designers have given the retro trend this season. The 70’s accents are as chic as ever with sporty vibes entwined to designs that are made with the most luxurious fabrics embracing contemporary cuts and sensual silhouettes.

Spring summer 15 saw designers  like Jenny Packham, House of Holland, Dries Van Norten and Gucci just to name a few, entwine dynamic and intricate 70’s inspired prints, which were juxtaposed with luxe fabrics in butter silks and honey furs.

If you think it’s another one of those trends that’s here today gone tomorrow, think again! The trend will be as ever prevalent for next season too, where we just Burberry unveil their A/W 15 collection which oozed more the other side of the 70’s trend, where the looks were more free, bohemian inspired with lots of lace and fringing details.

If there is one effortless way to tap into these season’s hottest trends it’s going to be with the 70’s staple style pick, flares. Trousers are an easy piece to style and work into your everyday repertoire where you can rock a good old bell bottom trousers dressed up or down.

I’ve been on the hunt for this season’s finest offerings where I’ve pulled together an edit of the most stylish yet versatile picks that will see you for seasons to come!

1. Ashby Flare Pant-£110.81-Revolve Clothing

2. High Waist Flare-£18.38-Yoins,com

3. Seafarer-£

4. Chicago floral Flare-£60.13-Revolve Clothing

5. Stella McCartney-£93.75-The Outnet

6. Open work flared trousers-£

7. Gaza ripped denim flares-£

8. Stripe knit flare-£


10. Seafarer-£

Which style is tickling your fancy?

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