This month we are digging autumn’s grooviest fashion trends — by taking it back in time with some of our favourite … – The Sun

Our Fabulous fashion desk slide back to the ’70s with flares, cords and clogs.

We show how versatile the grooviest autumn trends as we prove that the decade never went out of style.

Tracey Lea Sayer, 46, Fashion Director

 T-shirt, £16, Topshop; trousers, £49.99, Mango; clogs, £169, Swedish Hasbeens

T-shirt, £16, Topshop; trousers, £49.99, Mango; clogs, £169, Swedish Hasbeens

‘Two things you need this autumn: cords and clogs! I was born in the ’70s, so I was a bit nervous about donning flares – I wore them as a kid!

But I love this pink pair. High waists are really flattering, and this slogan tee finishes off the look.’

Nana Acheampong, 31, Celebrity Stylist/Shopping Editor

 Dress, £59, Star by Julien Macdonald at Debenhams; earrings, £5, River Island; boots, £100, Next

Dress, £59, Star by Julien Macdonald at Debenhams; earrings, £5, River Island; boots, £100, Next

‘This gorgeous floaty dress is pure ’70s heaven – the colour and the print work fantastically together.

I’ll be pairing it with slouchy boots and simple hoop earrings to really let the dress do the talking.’

Lara Grayson, 26, Fashion Stylist

 Jacket, £49.99, Zara; top, £25, Nastygal.com; trousers, £45, Oasis; boots, £180, KG by Kurt Geiger

Jacket, £49.99, Zara; top, £25, Nastygal.com; trousers, £45, Oasis; boots, £180, KG by Kurt Geiger

‘If the idea of flares freaks you out – it does me! – try some cord trousers. This burgundy pair is so easy to wear and still gives a nod to the trend.

Team with a hero piece that perfectly represents the era – I’m going to be wearing this aviator jacket all season.’

Lynee McKenna, 38, Fashion Editor

 Dress, £79.99, H&M; body, £12, Missguided; earrings, £15, Asos.com; boots, £39.99, Ego.co.uk

Dress, £79.99, H&M; body, £12, Missguided; earrings, £15, Asos.com; boots, £39.99, Ego.co.uk

‘I’ve seen ’70s style walk up and down the catwalks year after year.

Why? Because it’s so versatile, anyone can pull it off.

A polo neck is the easiest way to start then, if you’re feeling daring, layer it under a shin-length dress and add over-the-knee boots. Cosy and super on-trend.’

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