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Posted on January 27th, 2016

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Will the 70s styling stay for another season? My guess is yes, big time yes, and I sort of love it. But today, I’m wondering whether you love it too. Because it’s been around for a few seasons now, and you might get bored of seeing the flares by now. Or the fringes for that matter! Anyway, I’ve been stocking up on off shoulder tops and new knitted flares. I can definitely go for another season or two. I just feel it’s so flattering on almost everyone! When I was in Madrid the other day visiting my sister, I’ve discussed it with her as well. She told me she really had to get used to the flared leg, that she didn’t like it at first sight, but now she’s obsessed. So curious to hear your opinion on the matter! Take or toss?

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  • http://yachtsmaan.blogspot.com Amber Baker

    I’m definitely not bored of this trend. I actually love it more now than I did before, and I’m glad it’s sticking around. Take!

    Amber | y a c h t s m a a n

  • Leesa

    I love the 70s trend! I haven’t really incorporated yet but I am going to!

  • mirjam

    Definitely take – what a great off-shoulder Dress!
    x. Mirjam

  • http://www.thoughtsinstyle.com/ Neeltje | Thoughts in Style

    Such a stunning dress!

  • Stephanie
  • Elenka Montesinos

    DEFINATELY TOSS!! Althought that´s a beauty of a dress 😉


  • QueenLina

    Give us some more fringes and flared pants!!! We love the 70s!!! :*


  • http://inspiringwit.com/ Jenelle Witty

    I think flares are acceptable as a staple now, at least for a while. They are very flattering. Though, I would rather see fringing on a bag rather than the hem of a pencil skirt. I know that is specific, but that look I keep seeing done cheaply in bad quality fabrics so it has put me right off! Always quality- well, I know you know that!
    Also yes, any broderie anglaise is a keeper!!
    xx Jenelle

  • http://www.tomboychronicle.com/ Liana

    Take! Flares a definitely a staple now, and some style aren’t for everyone, and as long as you wear it with confidence and know what you’re comfortable wearing, you don’t need to bother with others’ opinions. Flares are really flattering when you’re on the short side of the scale. As for off-shoulders top with lace details, those are quite the pieces I’m currently stocking up onto. I do love them so much, it’s a keeper. One thing that you know is that it’s better to invest in a good piece of lace or some really flattering jeans that going for the quantity aka cheap! x


  • laurafrombe

    Been fan of the flare since I was 14 and it’s never stopped!