Fashion’s obsession with the effortlessly-luxe 1970-inspired silhouettes isn’t going anywhere, and with a new season upon us perhaps it’s high time to start thinking about the best ways to transition our favorite ’70s spring staples into autumn and winter 2015. Infused with a serious dose of cool, these versatile designs make it easy for you to mix and match, to layer and love, to perfect and repeat, workdays to weekends. Denim skirts to peasant blouses, maxi dresses to flared jeans, here are 11 ways to take your favourite ’70s spring pieces into fall. If you happened to invest in a fitted, ’70s inspired denim skirt during spring, hold tight on to it. Whether finished off with pockets, high slits or buttons, this easy silhouette is sure to look just as effortless during fall if styled with a loose knit and a pair of knee-high boots. Further perfect the look with an oversized scarf and a cool leather biker. Photo: Madewell Fall ’15 look book. Peasant blouses, in all of their gorgeous interpretations ranging from free-spirited to office-chic, were huge during spring and summer. And the great thing is you can still make the most of them during fall. Printed tunics, lace tops and embroidered blouses alike are bound to look amazing when slipped under an oversized cardigan and paired to short shorts. Top off the resulting modern bohemian look with ankle boots and a wide brimmed hat. Photo: Biya Chevron Long Cardi & Printed Hoodie Tunic via Free People.com. The romantic bohemian look is about to get infinitely cozier for fall, while still holding onto its effortless appeal. Don’t even think about putting away your floaty, maxi numbers and instead imagine layering them underneath cozy knitted cardigans echoing their floor-length. Photo: Chloe Fall 2015. Ever since resurfacing on the fashion scene, the flared jeans became quite the seasonless staple, now about to morph into a genuine autumn favourite. If you already invested in a flattering pair during spring, do think about updating its retro feel with a complementary suede shearling and high-heeled clogs. Photo: Somedays Lovin Hail Sunrise Jacket in Faux Suede Shearling via ASOS.com. A warm, snug faux-fur coat is enough to help transition even the flimsiest of mini-dresses into autumn. Think pretty suede, velvet, organza and even lace numbers, to be styled with skinny scarfs and over-the-knee boots for the ultimate spring-to-fall wardrobe makeover. Photo: Zara TRF Fall 2015 Campaign. From looking easy and effortless during summer, to appearing warm and comfortable during fall, a great maxi skirt will keep you going regardless of season. Teamed to a silky blouse and a paisley quilted jacket, allow your favorite voluminous skirt to look fall-ready, styled with boho jewels and suede boots. Photo: Sunrise Stripe Maxi via Free People.com. Now: you love to wear your delicate maxi dresses with flat sandals and straw hats. During fall: you’ll keep loving and sporting your breezy, floor-sweeping frocks, trading the sandals for suede over-the-knee boots, or luxe-leather ones, and adding to the dresses with either floor-length coats, or suede biker jackets. Photo: Rebecca Minkoff Fall 2015. This spring was also about suede popper front skirts, lightweight and high waisted, making for the perfect festival and off-duty attire. Switching the mood to autumn coziness, you can keep the skirt and layer things on top: crop sweaters, denim jackets, blanket scarves, all is allowed as long as the results look about as cozy as they feel warm. Photo: ASOS Oversized Square Scarf In 70s Check via ASOS.com. Cropped culottes cut in dark denim can be instantly polished and made to look fall-ready with the help of a silky blouse featuring a floral retro print, and a sleeveless coat in a rich, autumnal hue. Forget about sandals and sneakers and perfect the look with ankle boots. Photo: Zara TRF Fall 2015 Campaign. Even your ‘70s denim hotpants can be brought into fall territory with an easy shift in styling. Trade your crop tops and t-shirts for button-downs and lightweight knits, your sandals for over-the-knee boots, and add an extra layer of warmth with a biker jacket cut in suede. Photo: ASOS Biker Jacket in Suede via ASOS.com. The glamorous jumpsuits hinting to decades long gone are not exclusively meant for those balmy summer nights we all love. Take these striking one-piece silhouttes into fall by layering them on top of lace blouses and silky button-downs alike. Skinny belts, wide-brimmed hats and platform heels are sure to conserve that unmistakable ’70s feel. Photo: Zimmermann Fall 2015.