Summer might be a distant mirage that teases but never seems to reflect proper heated anticipation our way, but it doesn't stop me romancing ideas of how the sunshine style could be. Lazing in gardens with my eyes trailing through the clouds and sky, I become a stoner without the pot of gold, hazing away to vintage and acoustic sounds. So with the likes of The Beatles playing strawberry fields with a delicious whisper, this soundtrack always brings about a flare for 70s trends. It's been great to see women bringing back flares into their grunge pallete, but I'm keen to see men adding this bohemian glamour into a masculine stance. There's something so intoxicatingly fun about the decade, where florals kaleidoscope over shirts, corrogated textures ripple down trousers, and jewellery teases all over the body. And recently it seems designers are slowly showing signs of a reinvention of this era. Marc Jacobs presents a glorious collection that has a twist on a 70s businessman. The colours are dusty oranges and grainy creams, the jumpers are fuzzy, and the working trousers parachute and ripple. And giving a modern footprint, trainers suprise the silhouette. With all this inspiration in mind, some of my outfits recently have kept me cool from the cold, but also spiced up a love for the trend. Suede coats with furry collars, and jumpers with vintage disco print.