The ’70s Trends for Fall That Still Hold Up Today

Everyone has a style era they gravitate toward. My sister loves the mod minis of the swinging ’60s, my best friend loves ‘80s power shoulders, and my allegiance lies with the free-spirited ’70s. From earth-toned leather, wide-leg flares, jumpsuits, and form-fitting turtlenecks, there’s something so effortless and innately cool about the styles and silhouettes of the decade of disco and social movement. Lucky for me, the ’70s trends are back in full force for fall 2019. The decade’s presence on the runways was unmistakable—from Michael Kors‘s Studio 54 vibes featuring shimmering disco dresses and platforms to Celine’s classically chic bourgeois ’70s vibe replete with A-line skirts, culottes, neckerchiefs, and tweed blazers.

There are certain ’70s trends that still hold up today that are actually super wearable. To dig a little deeper on the subject, we tapped 54-year-old fashion influencer Grece Ghanem, who was excited to share her ’70s style wisdom with us. The style muse incorporates the ’70 trends into her day-to-day wardrobe like a pro. Below she shares the ’70s trends that are still impossibly chic in 2019.