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Zara's Spring 2020 Collection Is A Treasure Trove Of '70s-Inspired Pieces

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If you had to pick a decade to sum up the most prominent trends of the season, there's a good chance that the '70s would be the first era to come to mind. With its billowy silhouettes and micro-floral prints, it's safe to say that, the time period is serving up a lot of inspiration - as proven by Zara's Spring 2020 Collection. And because traditionally, warmer weather calls for free-flowing dresses and featherweight materials, it perfectly aligns with the distinct bohemian feel.

As seen by several designers via Milan Fashion Week, the disco era is back in a big way. With historically iconic uniforms including tie-dye and curtain fringe bangs, the 70's was all about peace and love. Already approved by countless style set alum like Kaia Gerber, Zara's latest curated collection is a very wearable ode to the decade. Earthy tones and retro prints are seen throughout with touches of warm and ethereal themes, as well. And, for fun, accessories are not forgotten with modern iterations of chunky gold pendants and skinny round frame sunglasses to subtly incorporate the 70's into any ensemble.

If you want to get right down to it, signature styles like a paisley maxi dress and heeled square-toe cowboy boots will give you the 70's cool-girl look instantly. Or if incorporating the theme into your every-day rotation is your goal, high-rise flared jeans and a patchwork crossbody bag are boho yet versatile add-ons.

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Zara just made embracing your inner flower child painlessly easy. So peruse TZR's top picks from the collection, ahead.

Printed Blouse With Knot

A paisley cropped blouse is the quintessential 70's top, and the O-ring knotted accent is a perfect modern touch.

Leather Coat

One of the most popular of the '70s themes is the mainstream leather trench coat. Plus, the chocolate hue of this Zara iteration is on par with vintage styles you'd find at a high-end consignment shop.

Leather Belt

A do-it-all accessory is an ideal way to dip your toe into the trend if you're not ready to fully commit. The pronounced buckle and it's worn-in feel are sumptuously antique looking.

Printed Midi Dress

If you're an all or nothing kind of gal, this flowing midi dress is your instant fix. Take a cue from the brands look-book by styling with burnt siena cowboy boots and a shrunken vest for the dreamiest 70's cool-girl outfit.

Heeled Leather Cowboy Boots

Western style pops in and out of fashion without skipping a beat so investing in a solid wear-with-anything pair would definitely be recommended by any stylist.

Flared Jeans

This pair specifically, with its worn-in fade, skinny fit bellbottoms, and extra high-rise waist, checks all the necessary boxes.

Printed Scarf Crossbody Bag

Twilly's and headscarfs are notable 70's trends that are fully back in style at the moment. And this boho shoulder bag uses both, rendered in a mixed media print with a laid-back silhouette.

Long Pendant Necklace

Extra long necklaces with dramatic pendants come straight from this decade and this stone-adorned option is practically a time capsule.

Print Dress

Very little says '70s quite like a paisley-printed maxi dress. The flowing cut, billowing bracelet-link sleeves, and scarf belt is an embodiment of the era's free-spirit feel.

Plaid Knit Skirt

This mini knit option consists of the perfect 70's color palette so just pair with the above brown leather cowboy boots and, not to mention it's instantly retro chic.

Geometrical Frame Sunglasses

Sunglasses are a simple way to hit any timely trend affordably while still making a big impact and these wide round specs are very much the 70's look.

Denim Jumpsuit

The maroon color and relaxed fit make this '70s staple a versatile option.

Ruffled Blouse

The ruffled blouse is a wearable take on barely-there boho fabrics like crochet and mesh. Tuck this one into high-rise flared jeans to ace the look.

Embroidered Dress

Running errands or attending to a flower garden, this mini shift dress is so chic you can wear for practically any occasion.

Polka Dot Dress

Paisley and plaid often take the main-stage for 70's inspired prints but polka-dots were equally relevant. This little silk number will be a go-to option all season long.