If you’re ever short of fashion inspo, the 1970’s is a great place to start. Get ready to psych up your wardrobe because the retro look is set to trend as we head into the autumn months. Think trippy tees, floral galore and psychedelic prints. It’s time to get groovy…

Damson Madder

Not as bulky as a full-on coat, this Damson Madder shacket made from 100% recycled materials is perfect to see you out of summer and transitioning into autumn. The checked print and retro shades make keeping up with the psychedelic trend hella easy.

Free People

Sensory overload! These patchwork flares are ticking every box. Featuring a high-rise waist, stretchy denim and a combo of vintage inspired fabrics, it’s an all-round winner. So whether it’s date night or a daytime thing, you can’t go wrong with this pair.

Lucy & Yak

Lucy & Yak has pulled through with this oversized jacket (or Yak-et as they like to call it). Not only is it made from organic and fairly-made twill, but it features a long body length and dropped shoulders too. We’re here for it.


When the women of the ’70s weren’t wearing flares, they were most likely pairing their perm with sleeveless mini dresses. And even though the months are getting cooler, that ain’t gonna stop us from chucking on this groovy little number.


Looking for something a little tamer? When it comes to psychedelic, this is as tame as we’re gonna go. Weekday’s tie-dye inspired turtleneck comes in not one but three different shades. Team it with your fave pair of jeans, or tucked into a skirt with some over the knee boots for the ultimate nod to retro style.


One of our Brands To Buycott, Arkitaip, has teamed up with Hôtel Magique for this wearable piece of art. It’s printed on 100% sustainable linen and can be wrapped around your head, worn as a scarf, styled as a belt, tied in your hair…blimey, is it versatile. If you’re a fan of bold prints but prefer neutral tones, this is the one for you.