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70s look for women

The early 70s look saw the popularity of the hippie look. Think of tie dye shirts, ponchos and capes. Hungarian blouses and military surplus clothing were also popular for women.

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When it comes to women's clothing, the bell bottoms seem to be the one of the most memorable outfits. Ankle-length dresses or maxis were also in. Outfits were definitely colourful and bright.

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As accessories, women wore dog collars and chokers. You might remember that at this time, unisex accessories such as headbands, scarves, earth shoes and even floppy hats were trendy.

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As accessories, women wore dog collars and chokers. You might remember that at this time, unisex accessories such as headbands, scarves, earth shoes and even floppy hats were trendy.

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Although the hippie look had a wide following, not everyone was into it. Women still wore chic clothes and were inspired by the 1940s celebrity looks.

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In between these categories, you will find women wearing long and short dresses, mini skirts, long gowns and hot pants.

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Boots were very fashionable accessories and there were lots of styles that fit every occasion and event.

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Boots were very fashionable accessories and there were lots of styles that fit every occasion and event.

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By the mid 70s, casual looks were in vogue amongst women. At this time, ladies wore t-shirts, cardigans, sweaters, jeans, gauchos and khakis. Knee high boots, platform shoes, loafers and sandals became prominent.

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The jumpsuit was a big hit during this period with its flared legs, sleeveless or long bell sleeves. Well-liked sportswear included tracksuits and sweatshirts. Low rise pants and leisure suits were also gaining acceptance. It goes without saying that trainers and headbands were quite common at this time.

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At the beginning of 1975, the fashion trend shifted towards tailored clothing. Think of suede coats, peacoats and blazers. There were also outfits which were considered 'scandalous' such as pencil skirts, low cut dress, tube dresses and backless dresses.

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By the late 70s, the reverse happened. The baggy look was in. In addition, that period also saw the birth of the disco look. Outfits such as the wrap dress, halter neck shirts, short shorts, loose pants and ball gowns were considered mainstream.

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By the late 70s, the reverse happened. The baggy look was in. In addition, that period also saw the birth of the disco look. Outfits such as the wrap dress, halter neck shirts, short shorts, loose pants and ball gowns were considered mainstream.

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