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    That 70’s Style…

    Florals: Wear florals boho or festival style in bright bold colours to tap into a big trend.


    (Dress – Primark, Shoes and bangles – Topshop, Necklace – Vintage)


    Pleats: Don’t worry, not in the schoolgirl sense. Think long flowing skirts and romantic dresses: cinched in waists with pleated details are a must for Spring.


    (Dress – Topshop)


    Lace: Embrace the romantic style with lace, lace and more lace. From daring, barely there lingerie looks to sweet and pretty dresses, lace is a versatile fabric that is guaranteed to crop up every season.


    (Jeans and bangles – Topshop, Top, shoes and hat – Primark)


    Wedges: Fashion has fallen for the wedge heel. Forget tottering about on stilettos and instead head for this reliable yet stylish shoe.


    (Top, skirt, shoes and bangles – Topshop)


    Wide leg and flares: Take a break from those skinny, almost painted-on jeans and go for some universally flattering and sophisticated wide leg trousers or flares for that seventies edge.


    (Top – River Island, Trousers and shoes – Primark)


    Print: There are no limits to this mini-trend, whether its the more ‘traditional’ animal prints that made their presence known across the catwalk or the more bizarre fruit-inspired orange and banana prints seen at Dolce and Gabbana and Stella McCartney.


    (Jumpsuit – Topshop, Shoes – Primark)


    Photography: Maryam Ahmed. Model: Tegan McLeod.

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