Summer 2021 brings back the retro style with these 8 trends

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When the 70s episode of Disney + WandaVision first came to our TV screens, I resonated strongly with the colorful ensembles and unique interiors. I was not to be the only one because the trends of 2021 seem to give a second life to the decade both on the fashion and decoration scenes, and I am not surprised. At a time when we’ve all been stuck in our homes most of the time over the past year or so, the world is ready to embrace young, energetic and fun styles for the hopeful summer ahead. This was evident when the designers released their S / S 21 collections in the fall, and it’s clear as day now when you browse your favorite retailers. In the middle of the pages of your everyday basics, you’ll find a rainbow of maximum colors and prints that seem straight out of a time capsule.

If you’re ready to embrace the nostalgia and give ’60s and’ 70s fashion another chance, we’ve relayed the season’s top trends below. Get ready to step out of your fashion slump and get back on your clothes.

Crochet

I’ve seen many Gen Zers post their crochet videos online, making everything from bags to hats for themselves and their pets. Something about crochet looks so perfect for the summer, don’t you think?

The series Yoyo tank ($ 120)

Gaia worship Dylan Sunburst Bikini Top ($ 148)

Urban outfitters Multicolor Crochet Sun Hat ($ 34)

Mango Floral crochet polo shirt ($ 60)

Platforms

Whether in flat or clog form, there’s no doubt that this year’s shoe game is aiming to reach new heights.

ATP Workshop Melitto Sandals ($ 350)

Simon miller Vegan Blackout Platform Slides ($ 390)

Mango Leather sandals with straps ($ 80)

Madewell The Ayanna clog ($ 188)

Tinted glasses

Whether worn in an oversized or rectangular silhouette, tinted glasses, especially yellows, are the fashion accessories that girls can’t seem to get enough of right now.

Lexxola Jordy in Black and Orange ($ 263)

Urban outfitters Margot Chunky Rectangular Sunglasses ($ 16)

Freckle mark Retro 70s Sunglasses ($ 150)

Groovy prints

It’s almost impossible to see a collection today without a funky graphic print incorporated into the mix. Why keep it safe with stripes or polka dots when you can have psychedelic swirls and vintage flowers?

Zara Printed dress with headband ($ 70)

Bikinis Frankie Fifi Chiffon Top ($ 170)

Rixo Naomi Floral-Print Georgette Midi Dress ($ 345)

H&M Crepe Dress ($ 25)

Mini lengths

Whether in the form of a skirt or a dress, microscopic minis have taken over designer catwalks and are in full swing for the warmer weather to come.

Realization The Rainey ($ 210)

Mango Gingham Check Dress ($ 80)

Maisie Wilen Primetime Printed Shell Mini Skirt ($ 655)

“Disco” costumes

While you might be used to your matching knitting sets, these take the coordination game to a whole new level.

House of the Sun Heavenly Party Top ($ 75)

House of the Sun Heavenly Party Pants ($ 85)

Studio Rezek Donna Halter Blush ($ 145)

Studio Rezek Blush Hustle Pants ($ 285)

Urban outfitters So Wavy Tie Top ($ 59)

Silk scarves

As someone who wears a scarf, I very much appreciate this trend for the scarves that it brings to the mainstream market. You’ve probably seen this viral TikTok trend of everyone driving in their cars with silk scarves tied around their heads, and honestly, it’s a vibe.

Zara Satin Effect Geometric Print Scarf ($ 18)

Versace Trésor De La Mer Print Silk Scarf ($ 175)

& other stories Tropical Print Satin Scarf ($ 49)

Open back neckline

The halter neckline peaked in popularity in the ’60s and’ 70s, and it looks like it is making a comeback in 2021. Whether over a dress, a top or a bikini, fashion girls everywhere are opting for it. spectacular neckline on a more basic.

with jeans Lena dress ($ 229)

H&M Halter top ($ 18)

Staud Kai Halter Top ($ 175)

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