70’s Style

70’s Style

I love looking at photos of clothes in the 70’s. The flares, the platforms, ‘Farrah’ flicks and crazy prints. JD Williams asked to me take my love of 70’s style and bring it up to date for 2014. I wanted to choose items that both summed up my current style and would go with the 70’s style too.

70's Style

The key item in my outfit are these amazing, beautiful MagiSculpt flat tummy jeans. They are available in 3 different leg lengths and I opted for the longest, which were good with heels. I love the tummy taming support in the front of the jeans. They really help suck in your stomach! I like that the length and flare makes my legs look uber long and thinner than usual and the flat tummy section really does help me look less portly! The dark denim colour is very wearable too and will carry through autumn and winter perfectly.

70's Style

 

I chose this statement necklace because I love a good accessory at the moment. The colours in the necklace mean you can really ‘pretty up’ a plain vest or cami! Statement necklaces are a great way of jazzing up plain outfits and making you feel a bit glam. They also mean that you can carry outfits from work to play.

70's Style

 

Finally I chose this leopard print clutch which is a great size for stashing all your essentials and a few non-essentials too. It would also go great with a little black dress. I stuffed it full with a big purse, phone, lipstick, hair brush and chewing gum and it held it’s shape and still looked great.

70's Style

Finally I styled it with my much loved kimono style cardigan. I bought this in the sale years ago and it honestly one of my favourite ever buys. It’s comfy, warm and the ultimate comfort piece of clothing that still looks stylish too!

So what do you think, 70’s style or fit for 2014?

 

I was gifted the jeans, necklace and clutch for this post.

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