Get the look: Rocking the '70s trend in three ways

The '70s is the era on everybody's lips this spring! From fringe to bellbottoms, jumpsuits to bohemian maxi dresses, retro-inspired pieces are coming at us from all directions - and we're loving it. Some of the world's most stylish stars - think: Olivia Palermo, Lady Gaga and Emma Stone - are embracing the decade's aesthetic, but doing it in their own ways.

From the chilled-out cool girl to the luxe rocker and glam bohemian, we look at three ways to rock the revival this season - from the originals who launched the trends to their modern incarnations.

Click any of the images below to see our gallery of '70s wardrobe staples...

CHILLED-OUT COOL GIRL

If Farrah Fawcett’s feathered hair, Nike trainers and bell-bottoms taught us anything, it’s that relaxed doesn’t mean sloppy. Channelling her laid-back aesthetic, Olivia Palermo mixes patterns and textures (sequins under stripes!) with retro-inspired, light-wash flared jeans from Reiss. Check out our shopping guide for the Chilled-Out Cool Girl.

LUXE ROCKER

Credit Charlie’s Angels and Jaclyn Smith with igniting a flamboyant wave of girl power in the disco era. Metallic fabrics, nipped-in waists and a dose of swagger set the stage for this I’m-in-the-band vibe. Lady Gaga captures rocker refinement with a wide-leg print jumpsuit and floppy hat. Check out our shopping guide for the Luxe Rocker.

GLAM BOHEMIAN

Whimsical prints on oversized kaftans and maxi-dresses define the lavish hippie styles of stars like Jane Fonda. Still a winning formula to top best-dressed lists, the look is modernized by Emma Stone in a sheer Valentino gown with a dramatic bow at the neck. Check out our shopping guide for the Glam Bohemian.

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