My 70’s

I would have loved living in 70’s. When world was changing and love was almost everywhere. Beatles would have been in my playlist from  morning till night. I would have gone around screaming “Peace and Love”. I would have been a great hippie.

So when Vogue – the bible – declared that 70’s were officially back I was extremely happy. Hello silk scarves,  hello vintage boots, hello denim from head to toe! To celebrate this trend in the best way possible I teamed up with another fellow blogger, Karen from ClumsyChic, to create our own tribute to these years.

When it was time to choose outfits I was impressed about the amount of things that I have already in my closet which can easily be from 70’s. If you like to crate a 70’s – inspired look you can visit Zara which is always a fantastic source (actually for every kind of trends). Then be sure to put something on your hair like a scarf, a foulard or a big floppy hat. For a look more Rock & Roll style, you can copy what Karen did, wrapping a thin scarf around her neck.

Shirts are always a winnig choice, especially if you opt for a patterned fabric, and you can wear them with any kind of denim jeans. On your feet you can wear ankle boots or wedges. But also a pair of white sneakers could work very well.

Our shooting day was full of fun; a wonderful collaboration with a very creative girl. Thanks Karen and also thanks to her husband Anthony for bringing back the 70’s mood with these awsome pictures.


If you, guys, are in the mood for another flashback you can also check my 50’s inspired look here.


Zara overall


flat lay

Notify Jeans




70's-style-5For the first look I wore: Zara overall | Zara shirt | Philipp Plein scarf | Golden Goose boots

For the second look I wore: Notify jeans | Golden Goose shirt | Kurt Geiger wedges | American Apparel hat

Location:  Intercontinental – The City Hotel, Doha

Partner in crime: Karen Nicolet from ClumsyChic

Photographer: Anthony Nicolet

Bonjour Chiara
About me

Chiara is a quirky and funny Italian girl currently living in Middle East. She is a dreamer, a blogger, a shopaholic, Paris and cats lover. She spends her days with her husband and their three cats, creating outfits with Mrs B. and writing about what she loves!


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Reply November 30, 2015

You totally nailed the 70s look, ladies! Loved seeing both of you together in an editorial X

Reply November 30, 2015

Gli anni '70 ammetto non sono tra i miei preferiti in fatto di moda (anche se ultimamente li sto rivalutando). Questi outfit contribuiscono a farmi ricredere, belli!

Reply December 1, 2015

Chiara inanzi tutto complimenti per l'idea e l'ambientazione di questo post. Foto e modelle bellissime!!!
In quanto ai look, mi piace un sacco la camicina a pois e i jeans a zampa che adoro. E poi la salopette che bella è??? Complimenti davvero, ad entrambe.

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