If we turn a page back to the groovy decades of the 60s and 70s, we’ll be appalled gazing at their distasteful sense of vogue and misshapen construct of style. Men in woven leather patch pocket pants or ridiculously tiny short? Ladies dressed in acid washed jeans blouse with fringes? Darling, no. There’s a reason that gruesome style faded. Although, don’t get me wrong, the 60s and 70s have indeed been a holy grail to fashion, leaving us with a few impeccable trends that lives on till this very day. Here are some wardrobes that never die. The ageless wrap dress When we hear the name ‘Diane Von Furstenberg,’ the first thing that hits us are the aesthetic wraps that blew its way into the fashion industry and is still leaving an impact. Being practically perfect for all size and shape, it serves justice to all women. Owning a pair or two of wraps is an investment, since it never loses its charm. Whether it’s south side sunny or snow falling during the fall, these wraps compliments every season. With the right shoes and saddle shoulder bags, you can stand out in floral printed or geometric printed wraps. Coachella-ready friendly blouse What screams comfort and style louder than a Coachellatop. This pleasant girly blouse has now been declared a bohemian-chic style that you can wear to the beach or a leisure day with friends. And if you’re feeling ‘that’s so 70s,’ then grab a pair of flared denim jean to rock it with a causal everyday Coachella. Aviators with multi-coloured lenses This vintage piece that was worn back in the 60s and are still worn till this year. Such colored aviators are the talk of the summer. You can go from green to blue to yellow shades and still look good. Ever experimented with such lively colors before? Well, now’s your chance to dive in the trending colors and make a statement. Long bell sleeves These are the silhouette made for every century. With its airy long sleeves, it is a basic attire that should be seen in every girl’s wardrobe. So if you’re looking to make a fashion statement with the 70s in the twenty-eighteen, well then this is where you start. Published in Daily Times, July 17th 2018.