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70s Inspired Dresses We’re Loving In 2021


70s Inspired Dresses We’re Loving In 2021

From bold prints and tons of vivid color to bell sleeves and flared hemlines, 70s inspired dresses continue to steal our hearts even all these decades later! With this in mind, we just had to select our favorite 70s style dresses out there right now. All of which, of course, have been designed by the world’s most celebrated womenswear designers. What’s more, with tie-dye from Gabriela Hearst, paisley from Etro, chevron from Emilia Wickstead, and more, you’ll be truly spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing your favorites. That’s why we really couldn’t blame you for adding multiple silhouettes to your cart, we’re doing exactly the same!

Mini 70s Style Dresses To Style With Boots

Of all the 70s inspired dresses out there, mini silhouettes we can style with our favorite boots are definitely some of our favorites. Take the Lamé Zig Zag dress by Missoni for example. This chic, long-sleeved design is everything you could wish for in a 70s style mini. Not only does it have a glitzy chevron print that’s perfectly reminiscent of the era, but it also wows with its fitted waist and high neckline. What’s more, the cropped sheer sleeves and fitted mini skirt make for a timeless combination. Throw this on with black, knee-high boots and look instantly put together.


When you’re wanting to be a little more laid-back with your look, choose the Stevie printed tunic dress by Free People. With long flared sleeves and an all-over relaxed fit, this dress will look stunning with leather boots. Not to mention, you’re guaranteed to adore the open back with delicate tie-up dealing.

Long 70s Style Dresses We’re Coveting For Summer

There’s no doubt in our minds that 70s style dresses are practically made for warm weather days. To that end, we’re making sure our closets are stocked with dresses like the sequinned shimmer maxi by Anthropologie. From its floral embroidered V-neckline and bell sleeves to floaty floor-length skirt and contrasting black trim. Everything about this dress gives us serious 70s vibes. That’s why we can’t wait to wear it with suede clogs, heeled boots, and flat leather sandals this season, and next!


For a dress with a perfect 70s name and design, look to the Feeling Groovy maxi dress by Free People. It’s the answer to every picnic, brunch, beach day, and garden party invites you’ll receive this summer. Plus, its earthy florals, voluminous sleeves, and floaty tiered skirt will mean you’ll never want to take it off!

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