From disco flares to boho capes, the '70s were never short on striking menswear statements — and it's no surprise the decade is currently having a moment with contemporary designers. But if you're down to stick a pointy suede toe in the waters of this trend, but are (rightly) concerned about coming off a bit costume-y, let ASOS stylists James Welsh and Tony Stone talk you through two easy ways to get your '70s sartorial groove on in 2015.