1970s Style Icons & How To Get Their Look

1970s Style Icons & How To Get Their Look

We take a closer look at our favourite 1970s style icons and uncover how to get their look! From the uber cool, Farrah Fawcett to rock chick, Debbie Harry of Blondie, we delve into their iconic style which shaped fashion through the decade.

When it comes to style, the 1970s was a definitive era. There's a reason that 1970s style makes a resurgence season after season. Famed for eclectic influences, flowing skirts and dresses and oversized sunglasses, 1970s style was both effortlessly glam and undeniably cool. Let's look back at the bold and beautiful 1970s style icons, whose clothes we still covet today!

 

Farrah Fawcett 1970s Style Icon

1970s Style Icon: Farrah Fawcett

With her signature feathered hairstyle and iconic role as one of Charlies Angels, Farrah Fawcett was the ultimate 1970s style icon. Farrah Fawcett will no doubt be best remembered for being the most intrepid of Charlie's Angels.

You can add a piece of Fawcett's famous denim to your wardrobe with our Fawcett high-waisted wide leg crop jeans.

 

1970s Style Icon Debbie Harry

1970s Style Icon: Debbie Harry

An all-American rock chick, Debbie Harry ultimately became the first fierce woman in punk rock. As a former brunette, Debbie is ironically best known for starting the famous '70s rock band, Blondie. Her fearless style often consisted of biker leathers and metallic makeup.

You can shop our favourite Blondie look with our Deborah Call Me Slogan Jumper.

 

70s Style Icon Diane Keaton

1970s Style Icon: Diane Keaton

Known for her Oscar-winning performance in Annie Hall, Diane's quirky style is often muted in tones, but here her style exaggerates everything '70s with the oversized collar and star print.

Our very own Diane dress will be available soon so keep your eyes peeled on our New In section over the coming weeks!

 

1970s Style Icon Diana Ross

1970s Style Icon: Diana Ross

Defining the music, style and cultural ascendancy of Motown, Diana's style adds a sense of glamour and sophistication to the often more masculine silhouettes of the '70s.

Add a touch of Diana to your look by layering up this autumn and style our Katrine Floral Wrap Front Midi Dress over your everyday basics.

 

Joanie x