LFW Street Style | Three Tricks for 70s Glamour


Street Style Leopard Coat 70s Style01

Street Style Leopard Coat 70s Style, Celine black sunglasses

Street Style Leopard Coat 70s Style01

Celine luggage bag

Street Style Leopard Fur Coat 70s Style


As 70s glamour revival stomps ahead for next season, I will show you three tricks I used to channel the trend for London Fashion Week.

High- waist bell-bottomed trousers is one of the most popular fashion trends of that era and wearing them with a fitted sweater looks retro chic. However, adding a fur leopard coat is what adds all the seventies glamour.

1970s Trick 1 : A tight Top

Think tight on top and loose on bottom and you got it…

1970s Trick 2 : High-waist bellbottom pants

Get a pair high-waist flare jeans… Ok, you can do mid-waist to…

1970s Trick 3 : Fur is a must

Wear fur…Faux real ? Up to you … Wearing a fur leopard coat is easier than you might think, really…

It is a big statement piece but it is always in style!

My leopard print coat was handed down from my mother in law. She who wore it in the 1960s and I know she looked gorgeous.

I wore this outfit to London Fashion Week. However, when I packed I had no idea a similar look would be all over the news in London.

The famous fashionistas Alexa Chung and Pixie Geldof arrived at London Fashion Week separately but wearing the same leopard print Shrimps coat featuring a faux fur collar.

Street Style Leopard Coat 70s Style, Christian Louboutin Pigalle

Celine Audrey Sunglasses

Silk Cotton blend Sweater Mango 

High waist Flared pants Mango

You can find similar ones from Asos but my favorite one is Samantha Joes (fits true to size, exactly the same sizing as J Brand)

Fur Leopard coat (vintage) Similar from leopard coat Miu Miu and super cute one from Shrimps

Christian Louboutin “Pigalle” Shoes

Celine Luggage Bag


Get the Leopard Coat 70s Style look

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Ph- Natasa Kost

Have a lovely Day!!!

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