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SEVENTIES GIRL

Australia / 12 April 2015

Seventies inspired fashion

With golden ribbons of sunshine and a return to retro fashion, afternoon wanders in a historic mansion's gardens have never been so "groovy". Modernising the 1970's Marcia Brady style with earth tone miniskirts, cat eye sunglasses and effortless accessories makes me feel like a long lost member of The Brady Bunch . . . cue the soundtrack!


There is retro revival at The Land of Lavish today with a nod to all things seventies style, a trend I currently adore. The era of ‘70s fashion was all about creating vibrant and diverse outfits, expressing one’s freedom and individuality, and breaking the style rules. It was a decade that celebrated boho-chic, hippie, folk and gypsy styles, and, when paired with a free spirited mood, it made a big sartorial statement. 

Modernising the seventies style, I loved creating a glamorous yet retro feel to my outfit. In this style story, I am frolicking around the gardens of a charming historic mansion in a mustard-hued miniskirt from Zara and cream peasant blouse from H&M Australia. The combination makes me feel like a modern day Marcia Brady, who was known for wearing adorable little A-line skirts in a cornucopia of colours. I accessorised with my favourite jewel encrusted sandals from ASOS, cream Zara bag and cat eye sunglasses from Pixie Market featuring an orange, blue and navy scalloped design with grey tinted lens. Fashion’s yen for the ‘70s is still going strong and I cannot wait to wear this trend in the coming cooler months with tights, over-the-knee socks and floppy woollen hats. 

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“Keep your face towards the sunshine and shadows will fall behind you.” ~ Walt Whitman

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I hope you enjoyed this week’s seventies inspired style story.  Are you loving the retro seventies fashion trend? Let me know in the comments, and until next time, you can follow my fairytale adventures on instagram, pinterest, twitter and youtube


With love, Liana

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