Bec & Bridge have proven they know their customer well – a free-spirited girl who loves to party. Alongside the brand’s first foray into swimwear, Becky Cooper and Bridget Yorston's spring/summer collection featured typically sexy ’70s silhouettes in the form of flowing maxis, scooped-front party dresses and peek-a-boo sundresses. Sticking to a colour palette of black, navy, peach and berry, a luxe bohemian ’70s spirit was woven throughout the collection through the use of paisley and lurex fabrications. See Rebecca’s top five picks below.

LOOK 1

With its tassels and tribal print, this boho maxi is practically ready made for the It-girls at Coachella. It’s a subtle nod to one of the season’s highlight trends – the ‘70s.

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LOOK 2 

This sweet paisley summer dress boasts long sleeves and a hankerchief hemline that's modest enough to wear to a summer picnic - or even lunch with your in-laws. 

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LOOK 3

While this metallic look seems a little full-on next to all the summery frocks, the silhouette is modest and infinitely wearable. Bonus: each piece can be worn separately, too. 

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LOOK 4

This lurex maxi embodies the spirit of Studio 54 days, but the addition of knee-high gladiator sandals keeps it planted firmly in modern territory.

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LOOK 5

A tasselled mini perfectly made for summer festivals and beyond – again, the inspiration is decidedly ’70s bohemian, but the sleeveless-shift cut and gladiator sandals ensures it’s a decidedly 2015 take.

Editor’s choice: Rebecca Caratti’s standout looks from Bec & Bridge