Perhaps the most unlikely fashion comeback of this year has been the all-in-one, with fifties and sixties playsuits and jumpsuits hitting the rails in almost every high street range. There's still plenty of retro inspiration to be drawn for these pieces, as shown in this seventies style Belted Playsuit from River Island.
This year's seventies trend in mainstream fashion has given the jumpsuit a definite rebirth. While many have missed the mark for retro lovers, there's still plenty of pieces that channel vintage inspiration with great style. This Printed Crepe Jumpsuit from Oasis is one such piece, with an instant, easy retro feel.
The retro influence on the high street this season is showing ever more signs of a huge seventies influence, with disco and folk styles spreading rapidly among the big names. This Nancy Print Jumpsuit from Whistles is a great example, providing a high chic 70s look.
The jumpsuit style, often more associated with 80s looks, takes on a chic disco-era aesthetic here thanks to the print and cut. With an exaggerated waistline, a deep v neck and exaggerated hips, it's the African-influenced print that seals the deal for this piece's vintage look.
Get it online from ASOS now for £195, thanks to its 100% silk composition.
Just because high glamour is the order of the season doesn't mean there's any less room in your wardrobe for more demure retro pieces. This Deluxe Suit Dress by Stop Staring! might not be the right choice for your Christmas party, but its undeniable chic is too good to pass up.
Capturing a cutesy wartime feel, there are forties elements aplenty in this faux-suit dress. With exaggerated shoulders and a flared waist creating a great vintage silhouette, the black pencil skirt shape is a great subtle accompaniment. With tan and black working together in the jacket, the dress has a subdued femininity that would delight any land girl.
Get it now from Stop Staring! online for $218.
Jumpsuits are often something associated with a power dressing 1980s aesthetic, but the all-in-one predated that decade by some distance. There are few jumpsuits with any seventies aesthetic on the high street, but this Zoe Ditsy Jumpsuit from Boohoo gives it a worthy go.
With all the high glamour of 1970s disco style, the piece is both daring and simple, with the cut doing all the work. A super-low neckline injects some Studio 54 glamour, while the long tapered trousers and loose sleeves stop the look from becoming trashy (or at least, the wrong sort of trashy).
Get it online from Boohoo for £25.