That ’70s Show style was first delivered to a late ’90s audience intrigued by the earlier decade. It’s funny that we’ve seen a renewed interest in that era again in the ’20s, especially when it comes to fashion. Let’s take a look at some of the ways our stores have styled or selected pieces that capture the show’s (and general ’70s era) aesthetic.
Our first look mixes vintage pieces on top with current pieces on bottom for a winning combo. Both the blouse and vest are vintage, the pants are Oak & Fort, and the boots are Mark Fisher.
All alarms are sounding for the absolute ’70s-era perfection of these Mr. Turk pants. The proud owner will keep these in their closet way past the current ’70s trend and into the trend’s predicted 2040’s return.
Harley-Davidson tees, especially vintage in a raglan style, are just waiting to be tucked into flared denim.
All it takes is this soft leather quilted handbag in rich earth tones to bring the ’70s to any look.
This look pairs both a vintage bodysuit and vintage bell-bottom jeans. Madden Girl chunky-heel shoes and ruched Glamorous bag complete the look.
Soft pink suede and rattan heels would have made these the apple of character Jackie Burkhart’s eye.
Our stores have That ’70s Show style down pat and it’s obvious by the looks you’ll find pulled together in our stores on mannequins and in photos on our regional Instagram feeds. As always, we want to know how you’re feeling about the general ’70s trend. Are you scouring secondhand racks for vintage finds, just sprinkling in a few elements to your personal look, or shying away altogether? Tag us @crossroadstrading to show us how you’re wearing this trend this summer.