'70s Fashion has Taken Over 2018 And We're Here for It

'70s Fashion including three outfits with flare jeans, a denim jacket, and a patchwork dress.

The '70s called and they want you to take their fashion advice. From flare jeans to a patchwork dress, we've rounded up eight stylish pieces that take your wardrobe back in time—in the grooviest way.

Bell-sleeve top with ruffles at the edges in the color medium orange paired with jeans and a tie scarf. photo

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Bell-Sleeved Top

Bell sleeves have made a huge comeback this year, and you'll seriously elevate your style when you add this top from Anthropologie to your wardrobe. It comes in a medium orange color and looks great on its own or paired with your favorite accessories. We suggest dressing up this '70s look with a patchwork ascot scarf or gold jewelry.

To Buy: $75; anthropologie.com

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White '70s-inspired leather ankle boots. photo

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Steve Madden Editor Dress Bootie

Go-go boots combine with the modern bootie to create these fashion-forward Steve Madden shoes no closet should be without. The zip-up sides makes them easy to slip on and off, and the block heel makes them comfortable to walk in. Pair these ankle boots with the patchwork dress below for a '70s-inspired date night outfit, or dress them down with skinny jeans and the bell-sleeve top above.

To Buy: $110; zappos.com

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Denim flare jeans with distressed edges paired with red long sleeve top. photo

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Denim Super Flare Jeans

Flare pants are probably what most people think of when they hear '70s fashion, and these super flare jeans from Free People are no exception. They feature a mid-rise fit and distressed hems for a modern twist. Denim on denim is another trend that has come back around, and you can rock both looks when you pair these jeans with an orange tank top and a patchwork denim jacket.

To Buy: $78; freepeople.com

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Half-moon rattan handbag. photo

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Rattan Handbag

Who knew you could mix fashion with home decor? This rattan handbag makes a big statement on its own and is large enough to hold the essentials like your wallet, phone, and lip gloss. Its minimalist design looks great paired with almost anything, and when you're not using it, place it on a floating shelf in the entryway so it can double as a cute decoration.

To Buy: $168; shopbop.com

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Multi-color Patchwork sweater dress with bell sleeves paired with black combat boots. photo

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Patchwork Sweater Dress

Perfect for almost any season, this patchwork sweater dress features multiple colors and patterns that are sure to make you stand out in a crowd. For cooler weather we recommend pairing the dress with fleece-lined tights and ankle boots. When it starts to get warmer lose the tights and replace the boots with matching yellow wedges for a stylish spring ensemble.

To Buy: $198; freepeople.com

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Brown leather belt with fringe tassel detailing. photo

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Faith Wrap Belt

Sometimes an outfit needs one last touch to pull everything together, and this wrap belt is the perfect accessory. It's made from high-quality leather and features fringe detailing that ties around the front, giving it a rustic '70s look that fits just right. Rock this belt with the flare jeans above or wrap it around the patchwork dress to complete your retro-inspired outfit.

To Buy: $118; anthropologie.com

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Denim jacket with patchwork on the back in the shape of the United States paired with a white V-neck. photo

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Denim Jacket with Patchwork

This patchwork denim jacket takes '70s style to a whole new level. It's made with premium non-stretch material and features a United States map on the back formed with different patchwork patterns. Wear this jacket over a velvet lettuce-hem shirt, and don't forget to accessorize with the plaid engineer cap below to bring the colors together.

To Buy: $45 (usually $90); gap.com

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Red and orange plaid engineer cap. photo

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Plaid Engineer Cap

This plaid engineer cap is a major throwback that's making its way to the top of our list for must-have accessories. The wool-blend hat makes a bold statement when paired with any outfit, but we especially see it working well with bell-bottom jeans and a suede fringe jacket. A great option for fall, the stylish hat will be your new go-to, particularly on those days when your hair just won't cooperate.

To Buy: $58; anthropologie.com

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