The 70s Style Pointed Collar Shirts Are The New Spring’s Trend

From Victoria Beckham to Paco Rabanne, these designers have affirmed to us from the spring 2020 runway that the 70s-style pointed collar is the new trend for spring.

Though spring is not here yet, it does not mean we can’t dream about it. More so, pointed 70s-style shirt is so transitional, you can wear them by layering it under jackets, blazers, and sweaters during the cold months, and once spring arrives you can simply take off the extra layers and sport the pointed collar shirt alone.

The overall style is vintage but most designers have re-imagined them into our modern style. It is office-appropriate and the wool version is good enough to keep you warm in the winter season too.

If you’re looking for a 70s style pointed collar shirt, many brands and retailers have them stocked up retailers like Yesstyle e.t.c. It’s on;y a matter of how many you want.

Here are our favorite picks you can stock up now:

16 ARLINGTON Paria asymmetric-hem stretch-crepe shirt £495.00

Selfridges

16 ARLINGTON

Paria asymmetric-hem stretch-crepe shirt

£495.00 at Selfridges

Deveaux

iDEARAT - Pointed Collar Shirt 1 £ 28.73 Price includes VAT £ 29.62

Yesstyle

iDEARAT

Pointed Collar Shirt

Now £ 28.73 Was £ 29.62 at Yesstyle

16 ARLINGTON Opala pointed-collar wool-blend shirt £595.00

Selfridges

16 ARLINGTON

Opala pointed-collar wool-blend shirt

£595.00 at Selfridges

A.W.A.K.E. Mode

70s Collar Satin Fitted Shirt

Warehouse

WAREHOUSE

70s Collar Satin Fitted Shirt

Now £47.20 Was £59.00 at Warehouse

Kwaidan Editions

70s Collar Satin Fitted Shirt

Warehouse

WAREHOUSE

70s Collar Satin Fitted Shirt

Now £47.20 Was £59.00 at Warehouse

Lemaire

Pixie Market

Urban Renewal

The Frankie Shop

Urban Renewal


Victoria Beckham

Stella McCartney

 

 

 

By Lola Joseph
Image Courtesy: Mode Sense, Urban Outfitters, Mytheresa, Matchesfashion, Pixie Market, Farfetch, The Outnet, Selfridges
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