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THE 70’S SILK BLOUSE-KEY ITEM FOR FALL

August 11, 2010

The Fall season is here and if you haven’t started to buy your essentials yet, now is the time.  Several different decades have made an appearance on the Fall runways, and the 70’s is one of them coming on strong that will make a bigger appearance for Spring 2011.

Recall Bianca Jagger, Lauren Hutton, Studio 54 and Halston and remember the sexy understated mix of femininity and masculinity.  The Sche Report already listed Trousers as one of the key trends for Fall, and the satin blouse is the best accompaniment to channel this 70’s vibe.

Whether worn with shorts or a below the knee skirt, a fluid blouse in neutral colors is a must for the Fall wardrobe.  See examples below.

blouse by Salvatore Ferragamo

Satin Blouse by Salvatore Ferragamo

Celine Fall 2010

Celine Fall 2010

Chloe Fall 2010

Chloe Fall 2010

image via The Sartorialist

image via All The Pretty Birds

image via All The Pretty Birds

image via Jak&Jil

The greatest thing about this trend is that a blouse can easily be found at all price points.

Check out Erin Fetherston’s blouse below.  Buy at Ssense.

Erin Fetherston "peignor" blouse for $625

See by Chloe bow neck blouse for $106 at ChickDownTown.

See by Chloe

See by Chloe

Elizabeth and James version for $244 at ChickDownTown.

Elizabeth and James

Elizabeth and James

Check out some vintage versions below:

Vintage 70's Chanel elephant blouse

Buy at Riceandbeansvintage.

And check out this version for $6 from Etsy.

$6 vintage striped blouse

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