It's official: The '70s have returned and they're inspiring our favorite stars from head-to-toe. Whether it's Kerry Washington's fluffed-out waves, Alexa Chung's ultra-chic suede skirt, or Rihanna traipsing around town with a furry boa slung over her shoulders, the decade's easy glamour is pervasive. Here, our favorite new takes on the vintage trends.
You're not the only one to keep Bianca Jagger's wedding ensemble permanently pinned at the top of your mind. For this year's Emmys, Evan Rachel Wood collaborated with Moschino's Jeremy Scott on this three-piece suit. Though hers has a bit more of a ringmaster vibe.
Left: Jacqueline Bisset lounging in a peasant-inspired, square-neck dress. Right: Current-season Anna Sui, featuring an incredibly similar peasant-inspired, square-neck dress.
Yes, that is Cher in the neckline you've been living in since approximately 2015. And on the other side, you've got one by Rebecca Minkoff, slightly different with the shoulder ties, but also very alike, down to the twin peacock chairs you can just make out.
"They had those in the '70s??" —you. "I guess." —me, an intellectual. There's Twiggy in a velour-looking set alongside Valentino's in a complementary color combo.
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No '70s It-girl closet was truly complete without a high-waisted suede skirt. Thanks to Alexa Chung, the same could be said for today now that she's prancing around in the swinging style.
For an evening out in the '70s, more was more on the fabric front. With a floor-sweeping silhouette and billowy sleeves, Margot Robbie modernizes the look with a deep plunge that's decidedly sexy.
The '70s were notorious for hair—the bigger, the better. With her natural hair teased up-and-out to perfection, Solange channels the free-spirited era.
Back in our mother's day, denim was all about ultra-high rises and bell bottoms. This season, there's been a total resurgence as illustrated by one leggy Karlie Kloss in these slim-fit flares.
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When Bianca Jagger borrowed from the boys in sleek suiting, it was an extraordinary statement. The androgynous look may be more common today, but Jenny Lewis makes it a groovy fashion moment nonetheless.
God bless a feather boa moment. We can only hope there are more of them.
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A look that's not for the faint of heart, the midriff-baring bra top is made to be paired with high-waisted trousers, as displayed by these foxy ladies.
Like a modern-day Diana Ross, Washington gave her hair a major boost with this shoulder-length coif.
A staple of the disco scene, a breezy jumpsuit is just as easy and sexy as it was in the '70s. Oh, but word to the wise: Going to the bathroom is a little more complicated than usual.
When hair wasn't big and voluminous, it was left natural and slightly wavy à la Ali MacGraw. Haim's Danielle channels her natural beauty with subtle ripples in her long brown hair.