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Fashion Flashback

Isn't nostalgia a beautiful thing? Turn back time and explore some of the most defining trends in recent decades and how they influence some of our favourite bloggers today. From 60s bohemian beau to 90s gorgeous grunge, find your favourite fashion throwback by flipping the pictures below.

1960s

MEET ME IN PAREE

NIKITA WONG

Paris

I'm a fashion blogger living in Paris. I work as an English teacher by day and as a blogger by night. I have a weakness for macaroons and anything pink.

NIKITA'S TIP

I love the 60s trend. I mostly wear belted dresses or flared skirts. Making my skirt twirl is just the greatest feeling.

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EMTALKS

EM SHELDON

Leeds

Full-time fashion and lifestyle blogger, owner of accessories store LVNDR and a lover of two-pieces, lipliner and chocolate!

EM'S TIP

I am all about floral, boho, easy to wear vibes! Nothing beats festival attire, suede and just floaty, easy to wear pieces!

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Les Matins Cotons

MATHILDE HIRTZ

Bordeaux

Fashion blogger with an overflowing wardrobe, I am studying design and am passionate about Art Deco!

MATHILDE'S TIP

I love 60s fashion, it allows you to become a real pin-up! My advice for a great 60s look: a hairdo with a retro twist, a little flower dress and some glamorous stilettos!

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MATHILDE HEART MANECH

LISA MURDOCH

Hebden Bridge

I'm a UK lifestyle blogger and freelance writer with a penchant for films, live music, brogues and sharing the positive!

LISA'S TIP

As much as I love 60s bold prints, shift dresses and bee hives I'm drawn to the chic and stylish early 60s beatnik look: black ankle length trousers, Breton tops and ballet pumps or loafers (think Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face!). Keep your hair and makeup simple (hello eyeliner) and pair the simple look with a retro pair of sunglasses.

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SECRET LITTLE STARS

TATYANA

Estonia/Scotland

Personal style blogger whose wardrobe is filled with denim and stripes, whose kitchen is full of fruit and cake and whose handbag has literally everything in — it’s a mum thing!

TATYANA'S TIP

60s for me is all about the bright colour blocking, big bold structured shapes and those iconic key pieces such as A-line miniskirts, high neck tops or shirts and small statement handbags, purses and sunglasses that just scream mod.

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VIPXO

VICTORIA INDIA PRICE

Nottingham

A once-upon-a-time fashion graduate who started writing about fashion and beauty. I now spend my days as a marketing account manager and evenings getting fit and healthy.

VICTORIA'S TIP

60s fashion is for everyone, no matter your shape or size you can always find something stylish that compliments you perfectly!

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Leachoue Blog Mode

LÉA CHOUE

Toulouse

Passionate Youtuber & blogger, Léa is a tiny 22 year old woman who loves to fool around and laugh.

LÉA'S TIP

Be yourself and dress like yourself no matter what!

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1970s

THE LOVECATS INC

HELEN

Newcastle

A monochrome, skincare and red lipstick loving style and beauty blogger!

HELEN'S TIP

All about the detail; fringing, suede, luxe earthy tones and textures. If you don't want to go all out, just throw on a few necklaces and grab a fringed bag!

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OF BEAUTY AND NOTHINGNESS

HEATHER NIXON

Manchester

A beauty, lifestyle and fashion blogger with a passion for writing and photography!

HEATHER'S TIP

From the spring summer 2015 runway of Saint Laurent, Burberry and House of Holland, the 70's trend seems to be everywhere including the high street. 70's inspired denim, bold florals, suede and clashing prints are easy summer festival staples.

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Lurchhoundloves

CHARLOTTE LEWIS

Manchester

Fashion blogger and content manager with a keen interest in writing, fashion, beauty and photography.

CHARLOTTE'S TIP

The 70's trend is rife this season and looks set to stay for Autumn/Winter too. From suede to fringing, flares and boho vibes, you can ease yourself into this trend by adding a button down skirt and off the shoulder top to your wardrobe.

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TINY TWISST

LAURA

Essex

I'm Laura, creator of Tiny Twisst and a lover of all things fashion.

LAURA'S TIP

Glamorous hats, floral prints and lace are all key elements to the 70s trend. If you're feeling a little more daring, throw a pair of flares into the mix too!

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Little Boho

VANESSA DUCROQ

Lille

I'm a fashion blogger as well as a stylist for photo shoots. I would describe my style as a mix of rock, boho and Amerindian inspirations. I love travelling, cats and DIYs – jewellery, dreamcatchers, purses...

VANESSA'S TIP

More than following the trends, I think having your own style and feeling good in your clothes is the most important. The key for a lasting style: strong basics (LBD, Perfecto, Boyfriend jeans) mixed with edgy accessories.

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AU PETIT IMPREVU

MATHILDE MARGAIL

Paris

Parisian blogger, I started my blog two years ago to share my passion for fashion. My style is minimalist and I predominantly wear leather pieces, jeans and sneakers!

MATHILDE'S TIP

Less is more. It cannot be stressed often enough. I personally prefer nicely cut pieces with interplay of materials rather than an accumulation of accessories.

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ANN’SO M

ANNE-SHOPHIE MASSOT

Paris

Originally from Caen, I had to move to Paris for my job. I’m a singer and songwriter. My blog, "Blog'n'roll", is dedicated to fashion, contests, and my music. Feel free to follow my articles and discover my world. See you soon!

ANNE-SHOPHIE'S TIP

Following fashion trends is great but try to adjust it to your figure and personal taste. Don’t forget to mix everything with good basics!

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BEING ERICA

ERICA

London

A few of my favourites things are fresh flowers, glitter, tea-parties (with coffee), pink and Instagram and live music.

ERICA'S TIP

If there's never been a more appropriate time for floral headwear, I’ve yet to find it. The 70s saw the rise of the hippy nation, and I for one, am grateful at their introduction to and subsequence rise in popularity of the floral crown.

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MISS BUDGET BEAUTY

MIKHILA MCDAID

Yorkshire

Beauty/Fashion Blogger with a high street focus.

KHILA'S TIP

I love the 70s, everything looked so easy and comfortable, plus a huge floppy hat covers all manner of sins!

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SALT AND CHIC

AMY LIDDELL

Durham

I'm a fashion blogger and law student who has an extreme love for pancakes and Harry Potter.

AMY'S TIP

70s can be quite a daring trend to take on so start small with a button up skirt or flared sleeves. You'll have worked your way up to wearing patterned flared trousers in no time!

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Adrianna with love

ADRIENNE FRIGAU

Paris

Born in Strasbourg, I took advantage of my foreign languages studies to travel as much as possible. When I moved back to Paris for my new job, I decided to start my blog. I wanted to share my bubble of positivity with other young women passionate about fashion, travels and the simple pleasures of life.

ADRIENNE'S TIP

Do not hesitate to twist basics with original accessories or details. Fashion is made for fun, so have fun!

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1980s

HELEN’S WARDROBE

HELEN STANLEY

Hertford

I love cars, styling and design. I started Helen’s Wardrobe almost five years ago, mixing high street, designer, vintage and alternative fashion for a unique balance of style and personality.

HELEN'S TIP

For ultimate 80s style distress a denim jacket even more with extra rips and holes and chuck on some skull badges for good measure.

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UNE FILLE D’ERABLE

ANNE-CHARLOTTE MOREAU

Angers

Fashion & Lifestyle blogger since 2013 - Creative type, tattoo lover and endless dreamer. I spend my days working in an advertisement agency and my nights creating stuff.

ANNE-CHARLOTTE'S TIP

Always wear things that make you happy. If you do, you will always look pretty.

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1990s

SWEET MONDAY

KIM PARSLOW

London

I work in digital marketing, and love to update my personal fashion and lifestyle blog Sweet Monday in my spare time.

KIM'S TIP

I love that the 90s era of fashion has made a comeback. Being of such a young age at the time, I was unable to fully embrace the trend way back then. However, growing up I loved the fashion embodied by my favourite bands like the Spice Girls, Destiny's Child, and B*Witched... In hindsight I should've gone for a classic double denim look!

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LILLA LOVES

LILLA GOATCHER

BRIGHTON

Lilla Loves is a hobby blog that features fashion, beauty, lifestyle and my comings and goings around Brighton. I love Mean Girls and Harry Potter and live in Brighton.

LILLA'S TIP

Treat leopard print as a neutral – let’s face it, it goes with everything.

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COCOCHIC

STEPHANIE TOMS

Cornwall

Journalism student, junk food addict and future crazy cat lady.

STEPHANIE'S TIP

I decided to style my outfit around the 90s trend in an attempt to make up for all of the horrendous outfits I wore back in my youth! Neon sweatbands, bright pink platforms – you name it, I wore it. Now? Well thankfully, now that the trend has come back around I’m able to know what looks good. and maybe what doesn’t look so good. Or at least I’d like to think so... ahem.

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Dearjoy

JOY ODIENNE

Albi

My name is Joy, I'm 22 and I have been a fashion & lifestyle blogger for almost 4 years. I was already a fan of New Look before I even started blogging! If all goes well, I will soon start web design studies.

JOY'S TIP

It’s better to wear tank tops with wider straps as skinny straps can have a slimming effect on an already slender silhouette.

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LAURA ALBOUY

Between Paris & LA

I worked for several years in digital marketing within the luxury cosmetic industry. In 2013, I quit everything and moved to California. I am now looking after my Fashion blog as well as working as a freelance within the Fashion industry.

LAURA'S TIP

"Less is more". I've always loved Kate Moss and Naomi's 90's style. They were mostly wearing tank dresses, really simple but tasteful and very feminine. I would accessorize it with a vintage denim jacket and white sneakers with a 2015 twist.

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THAT'S PEACHY

TOR BENNETT

Middlesbrough

I'm a fashion and beauty blogger with a wardrobe overflowing with monochrome and prints and a drawer filled with more lipsticks than I could count!

TOR'S TIP

I instantly relate 90s fashion to the Spice Girls and their influence on women... It was all about being independent, proud and wearing whatever you wanted to. If you feel good and you’re comfortable in what you’re wearing then it will shine through in how you look.

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