’70s-Infused Looks Are Everywhere for Fall, And We Can’t Get Enough

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The 1970s were known for some of the brightest, boldest, and most striking style statements to date. Although many were still riding on the coattails of the hippie-inspired boho look of the 1960s, a sense of sophistication and glamour crept in the following decade. That’s right, we’re talking about disco-esque bell-bottoms, hot pants, colorful knits, and delicate neck scarves that accentuated perfectly feathered hair in just the right way.

This age of fashion-forward thinking also catapulted some of the most notable style icons into the spotlight. From the undeniable, bohemian charm of Stevie Nicks and Joni Mitchell to the ultra-flashy enchantment of disco divas like Diana Ross, we can’t help but continue to pay homage to a decade of greats in the fashion world.

Just like all eras (we see you, ’90s), some key styles of the ’70s have come full circle for the upcoming season. Although it’s been almost 50 years, the disco spirit (or should we say groove?) has returned in the absolute best way. Whether you’re looking for a whimsical printed dress, go-go-inspired white boots or even an all-denim, Farrah Fawcett-esque jumpsuit, it’s out there this fall. Scroll down for some ’70s style pieces that are beyond far out.

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Every '70s girl needs a classic pair of bell bottoms. These high waist, flare jeans add some extra volume to your typical T-shirt and denim outfit.

This vintage-inspired fringe jacket takes a modern turn with its vibrant lavender shade.

Channel your inner Caberet with this Liza Minelli-approved faux-fur coat. Not only is it chock-full of glitz, but it'll also keep you cozy as the weather gets colder.

Although we're not referring to the real '70s, we can't help but think of 14-year-old Mila Kunis on That '70s Show when we see a brightly colored neck scarf. This multi-purpose accessory can also be wrapped around your ponytail on a bad hair day, or tightly tied to the strap of your favorite purse.

Strap on some roller skates and hit the rink in these boogie-down bad boys. If you're not a fan of roller disco (we get it), you can rock these flare pants with your favorite off-the-shoulder top and platform sandals for a retro look.

White boots made a serious comeback last fall, and we're not ready to let go just yet. The best part? These investment booties are 50% off!

This short-sleeve knit would definitely be Brady Bunch-approved. For the ultimate Marcia look, pair it with a high-waisted suede skirt and dainty sneakers.

The peasant blouse has come and gone over the years, but we're hoping it'll stay a while this time around.

If you're feeling like a real style dare-devil, pair these patterned heels with frilly white socks and a T-shirt dress for a low-key night out.

We couldn't even imagine compiling a roundup of '70s clothes without a denim jumpsuit.

I think Stella McCartney has a pretty good idea of 1970s style, considering her father was a member of one of the most iconic bands of that time. These platform sneakers provide all the comfort of flats, with the added excitement of heels.

Wear this upgraded version of a denim skirt to work with a button up blouse and classic, black mules.

This fitted top is an elevated version of your favorite slouchy tee.

This wide leg, polka-dot jumpsuit can be dressed up with heels for a formal event or dressed down with sneakers for an everyday occasion.

Gloria Steinem isn't just an activist for feminism and women's rights, she's also a style icon in her own right. These oversize glasses will help you look chic, and feel like you can (and should) take the world by storm.