What was popular clothing in the 70s?

Peasant blouses, tie-dye, bell sleeves, crochet dresses, and bell-bottoms were all staples of the 70s fashion.

What is the 70s style called?

So pervasive were these materials that the seventies became known as the “Polyester Decade.” The decade saw a wide range of popular styles: from the early prairie dresses influenced by hippie fashion, to the flashy party wear worn to disco nightclubs, to the rise of athletic wear as the decade looked towards the 1980s.

What were 70s trends?

The 70s were experimental to say the least and that extended into all aspects of trends, especially fashion. Plain shirts were so drab, so adding every color in the spectrum in unique cotton candy-like swirls, aka tie-dye, became all the rage for hippies everywhere. Plus, it looked pretty stellar under black light.

What colors were popular in the 70s?

Trendy colors were bright green, turquoise, sunshine yellow, orange and brown. White was used everywhere – in furniture as well as for backgrounds to offset brighter colors. Strong uses of black and white were often accented with a bright color by use of pillows, accent chairs and other fixtures.

How do I make an outfit look 70s?

All you need are jeans, a white collared shirt, a red sweater or long-sleeved shirt to wear over the white shirt, and a white or beige bucket hat. Women can dress like Daisy Duke by wearing short denim cut-offs, a button-down shirt tied up above the navel and a pair of heels or cowboy boots.

What do you wear to a 70’s theme party?

For those wondering what to wear to a 70s party, we suggest wearing an earthy brown vest, a groovy green button-up, a tie, and matching pants.

What do girls wear to a 70s party?

White pants and a striped shirt is clean. High waisted sailor shorts and a red crop top adds a touch of fun. A white jumpsuit and a red hair scarf keep the 70s flair while red or blue striped sundresses keep it modest. A navy blue blazer, white bow blouse, and jeans is good for something more dressed up.