1970s boho chick meets loose-fit 1930s tailoring.
The look 1970s boho chick meets loose-fit 1930s tailoring.
Key pieces Double-breasted jackets teamed with loose-fit tailored wool trousers smacked of US Prohibition-era gangsters, while wide-brimmed hats and flowing silk Moroccan-print jumpsuits channelled a hippy vibe. The palette remained dark throughout and dresses in flowing silks stood out. Outerwear options were broad, as 1970s-style shearling gilets jostled with cropped duffle coats with toggle details and shiny rain macs.
Commercial appeal Leather trousers cropped at the ankle and horizontally striped mid-length maxi dresses stood out. When teamed with chunky knits, both options had bags of commercial appeal. The tailored suiting is easily wearable, but the pyjama-feel jumpsuits less so.