Spring 2011 Runway Trends: The 70’s Are Back!

25 Mar

Good Morning! Spring is starting to show itself in beautiful green buds & clear sunny skies. But what about wide brim hats and bright & breezy head-to-toe color? Oh yes, we have that here too! Abby Gregory, NBC DFW’s fashion authority let us in on one of the top spring trends for 2011. Click HERE to watch the video interview!

NBC Dallas-Fort Worth

Spring Trends: That ’70s Show

Updated 9:13 AM CDT, Tue, Feb 22, 2011 | Print

Here’s possibly our top pick for trends you just have to try for spring 2011. The wide leg pants, jerseys, and all around sex-appeal that accompanies this look are killer. On the runway, it’s no surprise that rebooted ’70s label Halston did it best with their body-skimming dresses and fluid separates that evoke Studio 54 with a bit more polish.

Why We Adore It: The ’70s-inspired pieces are universally flattering. A low-slung, wider leg pant makes the most of our lower halves, and the draped tops and dresses allude to our assets in the best possible way while allowing room for dessert.

How To Wear It: With uber-high stilettos or wedges, always. To make the ’70s style your own, go all the way into the decadent decade by keeping all accessories and jewelry period perfect. Think serpent-inspired rings and bracelets in rose or green gold.

Where To Get It: Our vibrant green ensemble is from Stanley Korshak, while the all-white wonder can be found at JCPenney.

Click HERE to view the article on NBCDFW.com

See more TRD Media Coverage HERE!

Is this trend too over the top for your liking? Check out this boyfriend look for a more laid back spring style!


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