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.
When it comes to overcoats with retro appeal, the most simple and well executed details are the key to pulling off your look of choice. This Tan Funnel Neck Coat from Principles by Ben de Lisi is a subtle but classic piece that oozes luxury.
The recent seventies influence on the high street's fashion shows no signs of stopping, with strong retro designs across womenswear ranges. This Belted Midi Coat from ASOS is one of the best we've seen, with a relaxed chic that looks worth twice the price tag.
Who better to turn to for seventies revivalist fashion that the designers who made their name in the decade itself? That's the key to the great looks of Diane von Furstenberg's latest designs, like this Jafar Silk Shirt Dress with its pitch perfect seventies looks.
The relaxed fit of the dress is key to its high end, luxurious feel, using a rich silk fabric that creates femininity out of the menswear-inspired shirt design. The use of a true seventies-glam tan shade adds a hint of that much-loved Riviera style, with a waist-cinching belt to tie it all together.
It's available online in the UK from Net-a-Porter for £400.
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.
With so many skirts and dresses available to retro lovers at the moment, a well observed pair of vintage inspired trousers is always a welcome addition. These Mariota Belted Chinos from Missguided are a versatile pair for a variety of 20th century looks.
The chinos are tailored with a high waist and cigarette pants style tapered leg, creating a silhouette that's well suited to either a sixties beatnik style, or an eighties nautical-inspired aesthetic. The grey shade elevates these into a statement piece, avoiding the basic black of so many others.
Also available in mink and black, they're now at Missguided online for just £18.99.