September 22nd, 2015 at 2:00am

It’s that time of year again when we trade in our tank tops for sweaters, our high-waisted shorts for high-waisted jeans and our sandals for boots. It’s time for fall. Oh and for those of you who are Starbucks lovers, it also means the pumpkin spice latte is back. For fashion lovers everywhere the fall isn’t about pumpkin spice lattes, or maybe it is a little bit, it is all about New York Fashion Week. Designers who present at New York Fashion Week set the stage for the following seasons’ trends. Fashionistas/os gain inspiration from collections such as Prabal Gurung, Opening Ceremony, Jeremy Scott, Diane von Furstenberg and many more.

Going back to fall style, a certain decade has inspired the “it” trend of the season. This decade is the ’70s. It was seen on many runways at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week and now celebrities and style stars are being seen rocking ’70s-inspired looks. The bohemian aesthetic of the ’70s-inspired designers to create garments with floral fabrics, billowy silhouettes, knits and flares.

This Fashionista is on-trend with her ’70s-inspired style. This is the perfect piece to transition from summer into fall. She is wearing a mixed floral print dress from BCBGMAXAZRIA. BCBGMAXAZRIA was one of the designers that was recognized for having a ’70s-inspired runway show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. This dress cannot be purchased online but you can purchase it in store. Here is a similar dress from the same designer. You can also find cheaper alternatives online that are floral-inspired.

The gold chain necklace in this outfit helps add some edge to the bohemian-inspired look. To complement the boho vibes, this Fashionista paired her floral dress with taupe suede booties.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Working at BCBG, we have been focusing on the ’70s trend this fall. This is one of my favorite pieces because it’s a great transition item into fall; you can wear it with a cute platform sandal for warmer weather and cute booties for when it get colder.”