From The Straits Times    |

Flared denim pants, A-line suede skirts, fringed crop tops — the 1970s style has found its way back onto the runway last Spring, and the recent Autumn Winter shows have shown that the designers love for this era is not slowing down.

I love anything 70s because that era embraced nonconformity; it gave people the freedom to dress however they want. There is just this distinctive spirit about that decade that continues to inspire.

From the glamourous girl to the free-spirited bohemian, find out how you can channel these hot runway looks for less than $200 per outfit. Yes, shoes included. You can thank me later.

Look #1: The casual blouson

Chloe Spring Summer 2015

(L-R) Cotton blouse $49.90 & Chambray shorts, $69.90 from Zara; Leather sandals $68.93 from Warehouse

Look #2: The statement making suede

Gucci Spring Summer 2015

(L-R) Suede blouse, $49.90 from Zara; Cotton skirt, $69.90 from Topshop; PU sandals, $56.90 from River Island

Look #3 The soft denim

Kenzo Spring Summer 2015

(L-R) Linen cotton blouse, $34 & Denim maxi skirt, $34 from Mango; Leather shoes, $68.30 from ASOS

Look #4 The romantic crochet

Valentino Spring Summer 2015

(L-R) Cotton top, $79.90 & Crochet pants, $76.90 from Topshop; PU Sandals, $25 from Zalora

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