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.
Belted Midi Coat from ASOS
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.
Tan Scallop Skirt from Oasis
When it comes to a truly sixties styled mini skirt, the key is in clever and stylish details. This Tan Scallop Skirt from Oasis captures a very mid-sixties feeling, with only a simple few design elements.
Flared Corduroy Jeans by J Brand
When most people think of seventies fashion, flares are often top of the list in both men's and women's wardrobes. Creating a cool and retro piece of clothing that can be worn for almost any occasion, these Ali High-Rise Flares from J Brand are a great take on the original seventies versions.
Old Bamboo Bag from Ollie & Nic
The satchel has made a big comeback in mainstream bag design of late, with a huge variety of versions popping up everywhere. Taking much of the appeal of that heritage bag design, this Me Old Bamboo Bag from Ollie & Nic takes variety one step further.
The body of the holdall has a boxy, old school satchel feel, while the addition of a short and stiff bamboo handle adds something new without compromising the classic appeal. In a great shade of tan leather, there's an instant retro feel, with gold buckle fastening too.
It's now available online from Ollie & Nic for £55.
Seventies style sandals from Matalan
Amongst the current seventies trend sweeping the high street, it's accessories like bags and shoes that have really hit the mark for retro lovers. While some footwear designs are exaggerated and over the top, these Strappy Tan Sandals from Matalan are a truer interpretation of vintage seventies style.
The slight platform and chunky heel create an ideal base for the crossed straps and t-bar design of the uppers. In a rich brown shade of faux leather, this pair have the combination of colour palette and sturdy design that really speaks of the 1970s.
Get them now from Matalan for £18.