Types Of 70's Fashions
The different types of 70's fashions include more fabrics than anyone could ever imagine. The 70's was the years were of the "anything goes" fashion attitude. This meant that there was no discrimination toward brand or price, everything somehow managed to all go together. This attitude was very popular but this didn't mean that there was no particular type of fashion that was out around this time. The following will give you an idea of the fashion that was presented during the 70's.
- Individualism. Most of the fashions today come from what's in and what everyone else likes around you. The 70's fashion was individualized, whether or not it matched or was on sale, it was worn with pride and was made into fashion. If you were feeling upset more than likely back in the 70's your clothes would reflect that inner emotion. Moments of happiness are shown through clothing and usually pounded on with layers whether it's cold or hot.
- Designer hippie. Designer hippies may have worn the same things as those on the "anything goes" group but they coordinated better. Each fashion would match another. Nothing was off brand and it coordinated to where the fashion world paid more attention to them. Designer hippies would wear things such as silk, chiffon, satin and fur. The 70's women were known for wearing leopard skin dresses while the men were dressed in leopard skin blazers.
- Casual Dressing for the 70's was basically the same across the border. Men and women were known to wear bell bottom jeans and white tee shirts. If tee shirts were worn with any logo's it would be small miniature logo going across the chest. Women would wear dresses that came above the waste line with matching accessories and a tucked in white tee shirt. Men sometimes wore black pants with black suspenders, with a button up shirt that was half un buttoned. These fashions triggered the 70's and whether hippie or anything goes, it made a great impact on fashion today.