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Dress Up Spring Neutrals by Taking a Tip From 1970s Style

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Oversized shades, sleek neutrals, and groovy prints hit the runways from Etro to Salvatore Ferragamo this spring. Racked trendwatcher Donna Kim picks six of her favorite 70s-inspired pieces that are in stores now.

1. Ruffled pleats blouse, $88 at The accordion pleated panels with mother-of-pearl button details are reminiscent of the 70s, and looks super stylish with high waisted trousers.

2. Treesje “Metro” clutch, $307 at Available in both black and toffee brown, this clutch has a zipper and turn lock to ensure security for your belongings, and the geometric pleating gives it a unique shape.

3. Retro diamond print playsuit, $100 at Topshop: To really play up the 70s trend, wear this printed romper with navy blue tights and camel colored heels for a casual but put-together look.

4. Valentino vintage oversized sunglasses, $485 at The clear frame and retro red sides of these sunglasses are a true conversation starter.

5. “Dakota” platform clog, $130 French Connection: Whether paired with opaque tights or worn without them, these wooden T-strap platform heels are a staple for spring. Also, the modest platform heel makes these shoes more comfortable.

6. Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony Fogal tights, $85 at These quirky semi-opaque tights are vintage inspired and would look great with neutral platform clogs or with an oversized tunic sweater.

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