70s fashion was all about expressing and individuality. This was the decade when a lot of subcultures like the hippies, mods, heavy metal and punks rose to express them. This period was very important in the history of fashion. Now a lot of the 70s trends have made a huge comeback in 2019. Have a look on the most iconic 70s trends currently in fashion.
Bell bottoms and Bell sleeves
Bell bottoms were one of the most popular styles in the 70s. They make the female figures look more curvy and feminine, and can be worn with crop tops or basic knotted tops. Similarly, bell sleeved tops and dresses will add the perfect amount of drama to your entire look.
Crochet, laces and macramé
Crochet was a big trendsetter in the 70s. 2019 is seeing a lot of these romantic and sensual laces, crochet and macramé. Lacy dresses or dresses having lace or crochet details are a great way to incorporate this 70s trend.
The 70s glamour queen can be pictured wearing a slinky satin slip dress. Satin slips, gowns and dresses are in fashion again. It’s glamorous, easy to wear, perfect for a party night.
Over the knee boots
These boots were very popular in the 70s winter fashion. They can be paired up with denim shorts, miniskirts or dresses. They are now available in a lot of colors and textures.
Blazers were in trend when the “Teddy Boy” subculture reappeared in the 70s. Nothing can be more elegant than a woman wearing a perfectly tailored blazer over her dress. Oversized double-breasted blazers are also a great option.
Fringes were started by the hippies back in the 70s. This trend is now here and is promising to continue in the upcoming seasons too. Fringes can be used in almost anything; in dresses, tops, headgears, sandals as well as in bags.
Prints and patterns
Prints like the Aztec and animal prints were introduced by the “Hippie” subculture. Flirtatious floral prints were a bohemian style of the 70s. Prints on prints is a major trend this season. If you’re a little scared to try that you can try prints with some solid colors to play it safe.
Yes, the neutrals are back again! The shades like beige, sand, khaki and a lot of browns give the elegant and subtle look to your entire outfit.
Midi and maxi
Midi and maxi skirts and dresses gained huge popularity in the 70s. These skirts made in free and flowing fabrics, are comfortable, easy to carry as well as can be styled with anything (let it be with a simple white shirt, a fancy top or even a tank top with a shrug).
If you are a person who loved the 70s fashion, this is your season. So, get ready to rock the retro look!Bhubaneswar Fashion