The biggest trend for Summer 2015 is definitely the 70's style. We've seen it on the runway and on many editorials, and now it's time to bring it to the streets. So, with that in mind I was inspired to create a very hippie 70's look for this style guide.
So let's groove!! Start by picking your favorite style of harem pants. Make sure that you are keeping the colorful vibe of the 70's in your mind when you choose your style.
I decided to go for the honey hive harem pants in violet which is a beautiful new style available at One Tribe Apparel. You can pretty much pick any style you want for this look because it is colorful and in sync with the carefree 70's trend.
Then we are going to choose a top that's somewhat loose and free-flowing to accentuate that hippie vibe.
It could be a blouse like the one I chose, a tunic or even an off the shoulder top. If you are going for a loose fitted tunic, make sure you pick the right silhouette to go with your pants.
You can also tuck your tunic or blouse into your pants, especially if you want to show off the gorgeous pattern along the waist of your harems.
To add more contrast I picked up a quintessential 70's trend that has made the biggest comeback this year - crochet! I combined this look with a little crochet vest which is amazingly reminiscent of the 70's and also adds another layer of detailing to your entire look.
Of course I had to wear a headband and a few accessories to pull it all together because it is just not 70's enough until your accessories are bright and peppy.
I went for dual toned retro cat eye sunglasses and a knitted multicolored headband. I am in love with my vintage peace sign necklace and layered it further with a long purple stone statement piece and a dream catcher neck piece.
For the shoes, I got these super cute flat sandals but you can also wear wedges, which would look awesome.
So, I hope this style guide will inspire you to create a superb 70's look with your harem pants.
See you next time!
- Luana Gabriella (Foreverboho.com)
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