The sixties and seventies have arrived in full swing! From jazzy prints and silhouettes to casual and free spirited ensembles, there’s a Judith March look for every personality that will have you guaranteed to rock the latest fashion trends coming to DejaVu this fall!

The Fearlessly Fashionable: 

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The Sporty Girl:

Judith March,, latest fashion trend, latest fashion clothing, women's clothes, latest teenager clothes, shop online The perfect tee has been the go-to outfit staple for every active chick in the sixties & seventies as well as today. This comfy, stylish Judy tee is the perfect addition to every wardrobe. Style with tube socks and athletic shorts for the ultimate sporty 70s look, or dress it up with a pair of Judith March flare pants.

The Free Spirit:

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The late sixties fashion styles were indicative of carefree and eclectic lifestyles that were very much reflected in everyone’s individual styles. One of the most iconic trends seen across the board was wispy, light-toned dresses. Take on the popular Woodstock look and live freely and trendy this 2015 fall in this Judith March crochet bat wing sleeve dress.

The Trendsetter:

JUMPSUITSThe fashionistas of the seventies made the jumpsuit trend insanely popular among that decade. Today, jumpsuits are in full swing with retailers everywhere whole-heartedly adopting the trend. Judith March goes a step above this fall with their groovy fringe and printed flare pant jumpsuits (a personal favorite) perfect for every trendsetter out there!

Miss Mod:

Latest Fashion, Shop Online, Online Clothing Store, DejaVu Boutique, Shop DejavuThe colossal trend that changed the course of fashion was Mary Quant’s invention of the mini-skirt in the sixties. This trend was not only reflected in skirts, but also in the lengths of mod dresses. Judith March welcomes this cozy and sassy embroidered suede dress straight from the sixties in the upcoming fall line!

The Nomad:


The accessory for every nomad in the seventies was printed tote bags, perfect for hauling along to festivals and wherever the wind took them. The Judith March embroidered tote bags are the key accessory to have for every avid modern traveler!

All of these looks and more are coming to a Judith March retailer – DejaVu this Fall 2015.

Written by: Lindsey Smith – Southern Fashion House Design Intern