It's unlikely to see anywhere more exciting than your home but French Connection's Safari chair suggests the possibility of all kinds of adventures.
For a versatile alternative to dresses, the recent resurgence of the jumpsuit is ideal. With the added influence of vintage originals on modern versions, there's a great range of options for retro lovers on the high street.
This Soft Khaki Jumpsuit from Next has a great seventies feel that leans on the relaxed yet luxurious aesthetic of disco-era fashion. Suitable for day or nightwear, the deep khaki shade has a cool 70s edge, while the combination of loose draping and the feminine wrap waist creates a laid-back chic.
It's available from Next now for £40.
Summer is the season where formal daywear becomes trickiest, with suits becoming far too restrictive a choice for the office. Happily women's fashion offers plenty of stylish alternatives, delving into a seventies safari influence for this Belted Shirt Dress from Oasis.
The dress combines a light and airy feel with just enough conservatism to serve you for plenty of occasions. The shirt collar and button detailing give a masculine edge to the flowing mid length skirt, while a sleeveless cut keeps the look sharp and practical for hotter days.
It's available now from Oasis for £60.
Many of the playsuit styles inspiring the high street over the past few seasons have relied heavily on fifties influence, but there's plenty of room for sixties and seventies interpretations of the piece. This Smart Camel Playsuit from River Island provides that option with classic chic.
The safari influence on the style provides an ideally sharp and structural element, in keeping with later sixties and early seventies looks. The high waistline, wide leg shorts and gold hardware combine to create a perfect silhouette, while the dark camel shade keeps things classic and timeless.
Get it now from River Island for £39.99.