Flower-child ensembles are in full bloom this spring. Which means? Retro-print dresses (as seen on the Emilio Pucci runway) are seriously begging for groovy accessories. To nail the look, just let loose and read on.

70s-Inspired Style

Now when we say 70s, peasant blouses and flares are likely top of mind. But to really make a statement this season, go for eclectic prints and accessorize them with abandon. Drape globally inspired jewelry, pull out the wood-heeled platforms, and find your fringe. Just be sure to keep those extras in the same neutral color family and you’ll be good to go boho.

Stock up on this trend and more spring must-haves in our Rue’s Spring Checklist Boutique, which opens Thursday, March 19, at 11AM ET.

By Jillian Hudon, Staff Writer

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March 18, 2015

We’ll admit it: we weeped a bit when we couldn’t make it to see these runway shows abroad. But, hey, that’s what live-streaming is for, right?

1. Glittery booties and mini dresses, oh my! Saint Laurent took mod to a whole new (and glitzy) level.

2. Sure, we spotted a few animal prints, but bold, solid hues stole the Gucci show.

3. If Red Riding Hood was into designer labels, she would own this entire Dolce & Gabbana collection. (And we’d be raiding her closet.)

4. What happens when you mix metallics, pastels, and seventies sportswear? Miu Miu F/W 14.

5. We’re pretty sure Emilio Pucci just single-handedly made printed fur a thing. And we’re ever so grateful.

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March 11, 2014