Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

20 Groovy Fashion Moments That Defined The 1970s… Who Remembers #16?

The 1970’s revolutionized women’s fashion. Long gone were the days when everyone wore the same cookie cutter outfits, this decade had something for everyone. From masculine, empowering suits to soft, and flowing dresses, every apparel seemed to be in vogue.

The colourful and flamboyant outfits contrasted with the more simpler and natural hairdos. Take a look at these vintage photos, it highlights just how much fun trends were. It will make you wish our moms had saved a dress or two for us. You gotta love Bianca Jagger’s wedding outfit.

#1. A yellow, ostrich-tasseled harem dress by Pierre Cardin.

A yellow, ostrich-tasseled harem dress by Pierre Cardin.

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#2. Bold lines and layering made this John Bates knitwear ensemble stand out.

Bold lines and layering made this John Bates knitwear ensemble stand out.

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#3. Hungarian model Edina Ronay poses in a Ossie Clark dress. The flowers, sweetheart neckline, and bunched up sleeves add a feminine touch.

Hungarian model Edina Ronay poses in a Ossie Clark dress. The flowers, sweetheart neckline, and bunched up sleeves add a feminine touch.

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#4. A sheer dress that was part of designer's Ossie Clark 'Acapulco Gold' 1970 collection.

A sheer dress that was part of designer's Ossie Clark 'Acapulco Gold' 1970 collection.

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#5. Luxury design house Givenchy designed this 1973 organza gown and enormous scarf.

Luxury design house Givenchy designed this 1973 organza gown and enormous scarf.

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