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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.