Colourful 1970s inspired summer Dresses

Colourful 1970s inspired summer Dresses
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Colourful 1970s inspired summer dresses

I am in a hippie mood, currently, and really enjoy wearing colourful summer dresses with cool patterns inspired by the 1970s. The warmest of all seasons is just around the corner and what would match summer better than light, long dresses that flutter in the wind? In this blogpost, I am going to show you my favourite colourful summer dresses and tell you, how to style them.

Outfit Details:

RetroCat wearing a 70s dress and huge sunglasses

Colourful 1970s style maxi dress: via TopVintage*

Basket bag: Vintage, similar via Kate Spade*

Sandals: old, similar via TopVintage*

Earrings: Glitter Paradise via Etsy*

Sunglasses: Miu Miu, similar via Amazon*

Ponytail hairpiece: via Amazon*

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Colourful 1970s inspired Summer Dresses

Colourful summer dresses that are inspired by the 70s always raise my spirits, make me happy and are simply perfect for hot days. No matter if on vacation, for dinner or a warm summer evening – such a dress simply is always a good idea. You can wear a more elegant one even as a wedding gest. I wore mine during our honeymoon in beautiful Dubrovnik, by the way.

Retrocat wearing a long summer dress with retro print in Dubrovnik

Gorgeous summer dresses with colourful print that remind of the 1970s style are available from luxury brands like Etro, Missoni or Emilio Pucci. But there are also much more budget-friendly ones out there! My super cool dress with retro wallpaper print is from TopVintage*, for example, and did cost less than 80 Euros. And here are some more fun summer dresses:

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How to style colourful 70s Dresses

RetroCat wearing a colourful maxi dress, huge sunglasses and a basket bag in Dubrovnik

Such fancy, colourful summer dresses don’t require a lot of accessories. This is why I usually go for classics like a basket bag, sunglasses, and flat sandals or wedges. Some huge earrings and I am ready to go.

I simply put my hair into a ponytail with the help of a hair piece.

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