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There's plenty of retro wallpapers around at the moment but for some designs that scream seventies style, take a look at the work of Sarah Jane, available through Not On The High Street.
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.
Sixties fashion in Britain is often best remembered for psychedelic styles, and while this was a trend that was relatively short lived, its influence is clear to see in modern retro pieces. This Printed Mini Dress by Red Herring is an ideal way to wear a bold print without looking like you've just come from the dressing up box.
The key is the simplistic cut of the dress, with an a-line cut, strapless top and mini hemline creating a surefire sixties silhouette. The choice of light, bright shades of orange, pinks and and off white background add a vintage-shop air to a fun and vibrant floral.
It's available now from Debenhams for £29.
Florals are always a big focus for designers during the Spring and Summer months, paving the way for a variety of retro eras to provide inspiration. This Codie Floral Printed Smock Dress from Missguided uses a floral print to help create a killer sixties look for the sunshine.
The mini dress silhouette is given an extra 60s element thanks to wide bell sleeves with an added tight cuff, creating a bold outline that contrasts the simplicity of the a-line skirt. With the florals used on the border and cuffs, and chic chiffon-look fabric creates an ethereal style that's a great ode to later sixties looks.
It's available now from Missguided online for £25.99.
Floral prints have become a perennial choice of retro print, providing a source of inspiration for a variety of twentieth century eras. This Printed Floral Dress from George at Asda uses a sixties interpretation to provide a simple and stylish Spring dress.
The dress structure has an instantly early sixties feel, thanks to the modernised fifties elements like a more structural circle skirt, capped sleeves and a high waistline. The colour palette provides a contrast to the extreme femininity of floral print, avoiding obvious pinks and reds.
Get it from Asda now for a surprisingly thrifty £18.