As promised, today I’m bringing you another hot holiday trend – boho chic! Let’s be honest, the 70s never really went away. If you are a vintage collector (like me), or if you just never threw away your (or your mama’s) 70s duds (hello, fellow fashion hoarders!) you can pull these looks straight from your own closet. Today’s boho chic holiday ensemble includes a (faux) fur coat, pussy-bow blouse, wide leg pants, floppy hat, velvet burnout sweaters/accessories, and my ultimate favorite – vintage jewelry!

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Not only is this look beyond glam, you can rock these separates throughout the year.



That luxe faux fur coat is from affordable British store Top Shop, or you can raid your fave vintage store to find a look alike.



A classic boho combo is a pussybow blouse and wide-leg pant. Taupe is the color of the season — whether on your nails or your shoes — it’s everywhere.


Try accessorizing it with a pop of color like the emerald green striped clutch by Edie Parker, pictured above.


This outfit has plenty of punch, so just to give it an added sparkle, I recommend dainty accessories. Pictured above is a Dana Rebecca necklace and Marc Jacob’s bracelet. The sexy allure to this ensemble is that you are essentially covered up – chic and perfect for cold weather. Pin your hair back to highlight your best asset!

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Take this look to your next holiday party by pairing a vintage lace top with a full black skirt.


What better way to stay warm than a jewel-toned velvet burnout shrug?


Keeping with the holiday theme, top off your look with fabulous purple-hued earrings and an ombre wedge. I recommend wearing opaque tights – works with a jewel tone (burgundy or deep purple) or solid black.


Let’s not forget the ultimate accessory for every boho fashionista: the vintage-inspired tassel necklace and velvet coin purse.

For great deals on the styles we discussed here, check out Net-A-Porter’s new designer discount site Outnet.

How would you rock your fave 70s pieces for the holidays?

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