Seventies bourgeoisie is back with a bang – think silk blouses, sensible skirts, twinsets and tailoring. Style editor AISLINN COFFEY shows you how to wear it …
Conventional, ladylike dressing is back, 1970s style as seen at Celine and Burberry. Think blazers and skirts in heritage fabrics, including corduroy and tweed, and modest flattering fits. In a real move away from street style, there’s not a trainer in sight.
Prince of Wales check hits the Bourgeois nail on the head. You’ll want to wear this blazer every day of the week. Brown check wool blazer, Chloé, €1,890, at Brown Thomas.
The easiest way to nail the trend? A pussy-bow blouse worn under a blazer. Sharp and chic. White pussy-bow silk blouse, Iris & Ink, €100; www.theoutnet.com.
Sara O’Neill’s beautifully printed silk scarves are true collectors’ items; wear yours knotted loosely at the neck, as seen at Celine. The Merrion XL silk scarf, £180stg; www.eadach.com.
Conventional, ladylike dressing is back, 1970s style as seen at Celine and Burberry.
Richard Allan has created the perfect nostalgic print for his collaboration with H&M. Wear tucked into a high-waisted pencil skirt. Printed shirt, €19.99, Richard Allan X H&M.
This hat by Parisian milliner Anthony Peto channels Annie Hall and will see you through to springtime. White hat with gingham trim, Anthony Peto.
The wide leather belt as outer wear is one of the keys to the bourgeois trend worn over coats or sweaters to create drama. Brown textured belt, €15.99, at H&M.
Invest in a pair of knee-length black Italian leather boots to wear again and again – the 45mm block heel is just the right height for comfortable everyday wear. Block heel leather boots, €499, Hugo Boss.
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