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Super 70's minidresses aren't just for hot days; they transition seamlessly into the fall paired with flats in September, and chunky boots and tights in the colder months. Trumpet-sleeved dresses are reminiscent of the 70's, and are back in style today. These ten picks are great dresses to try this fall, mixing classic colors and prints with just enough of a fluttering sleeve to keep your look on-trend. Plus, they're all under $100.


This reclaimed vintage dress from ASOS has the poppiest print that would go overly girly were it not for the super-cool color palette.


This polka-dot wonder from Zara is almost mod in the print, but the neck tie screams 70's. Either way, it's super cute, and you should scoop it up before the masses this fall.


This off-the-shoulder trumpet-sleeve dress from Forever21 shows some skin while keeping your arms warm for a summer turns to fall kind of look.


This textured dress from Topshop stands out in scarlett, but is simple and classic enough to be worn a million ways starting this month and layering through the winter.


This faux-suede minidress from ASOS mixes trends without going overboard, and is dying to be incorporated into your wardrobe this month.


This bright and sunny mini from Zara is a bell-sleeve, trumpet-sleeve hybrid, and is ready to liven up the darkest of fall outfits.


If you're looking for something a little sexier, this white lace mini from H&M has a body-hugging fit with flared sleeves to contrast.


This perfect paisley number from ASOS works some hippie flair into a contemporary look, but sticks to black and white to make it oh so wearable.


One more from Zara! I'm obsessed with this black trumpet-sleeve dress, because it's so simple, but the gathered sleeves that flare out above the elbow make enough of a statement to wear it over and over again this season.


This micro-mini from Topshop balances a so-retro print with a threateningly high hem for a perfect vintage-sexy vibe. It's also just dying to be worn in the colder months over tights.
great card @Gavriella my favs: 1, 4, 9, 10 these are dynamite not feeling the others too much. but I get the overall look. I prefer a nuanced approach. just a preference really. it's too bad the dress for #2, from Zara doesn't photograph well. I'm sure it looks amazing in person, however.
2 years ago·Reply
@marshalledgar those are my favorites two! #9 has kind of exaggerated sleeves but with the simple black it totally works for me
2 years ago·Reply
yeah 9 killed it perfectly. now the only challenge is to find the perfect shoes for these dresses @Gavriella
2 years ago·Reply