STYLED ON SET
Get ya dancing shoes on, in our next instalment of our Styled on Set series, we get into the festive spirit and do disco.
You’ve seen Saturday Night Fever, right? John Travolta, Brooklyn in 1977, with the Bee Gees, flares, a strut and a whole lotta chest hair. There’s a lot we can take from this film - Travolta’s character, Tony Manero, seeks escape from the mundanity of his actual life in the spirit of the disco floor… Sound familiar? If you too are seeking some escape, we say do it with a disco. You don’t need a club, you just need the suit, the music and maybe the moves. Serving up seventies vibes without any apology is our recent Styled of Set: Disco series. Think XL lapels and collars, and silky-satin fabrics via Anouki and Magda Butrym, that make hitting the floor that bit easier. You’ll also find the flared Flexy pants from Materiel Tbilisi, and the most party-fuelled crystal tracksuit loungewear can get, perfect if you wanna party but you’re not quite ready to relinquish your sweats. The disco edit is exactly what you need to champion Saturday Night Fever energy, just please note: dance moves not included.
THE DISCO EDIT
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