There is no doubt that the 70s is back in this summer's trends. We have seen references to this fashion era for quite some time now, with the long flowing maxi dresses, the romantic peasant blouses, the leather satchels, the straw hats and not to the mention the flared jeans.
Earlier this week two lovely ladies, Sienna Miller and Kirsten Dunst, were spotted fronting the flared jeans. Their outfits look very similar with fedora hats, sunglasses, slouchy tops and 70s leather bags (did we miss a "How to dress this week" in Vogue, Elle, etc. or was that only me?), though Sienna wore wedges while Kirsten teamed her jeans with a pair of black patent flats.
The flared jeans has not been a stranger to other celebrities. Nicole Richie was seen in them on her way to a driving lesson. Similar to Sienna, she wore her jeans with a white baggy t-shirt. Her Heidi-braid gives off the 70s feel even more, though we still see that Nicole is an L.A. resident with her black heels, designer sunglasses and take-away coffee. Rachel Bilson has also worn the jeans inspired by the 70s. With a simple black top, a beige/gold jacket and a basic brown leather belt she looks like a sophisticated bohemian.
Kristin Cavallari is not someone who is known for her dress sense, but at times she does manage to have a few hits fashionwise. Wearing a loose printed top tucked into her flared jeans and using simple accessories to finish off her 70s inspired look, she gets a big plus in my book. When it comes to Victoria Beckham, it is easy to say that she is not someone who misses a trend. The flared jeans is no exception. Though it seems like Victoria has been doing some painting in them (which I highly doubt!) she still manages to look her glamorous self.
And then we have Kate Moss. She sported the flared jeans already in 2007, and she is still devoted to them. She is regularly seen in them, and boy does she know how to wear them. With a fedora, black moccasins and a grey blazer she finds the perfect balance between chic and bohemian without trying too hard.