Top 10 Fashion Trends of the 70s

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10. Platform Shoes
9. Jumpsuits
8. Tie Dyed
7. Floppy Hats
6. Wrap Dresses
5. Tops
4. Chevron Stripes
3. Hot Pants
2. Bell Bottoms
1. Maxi Dress
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acharleyhorse1 says:

Rabbit fur coats

M 3 says:

It would have been nice to see more actual vintage photos…

paperchain 123 says:

Better than the crap on offer today. Ladies looked particularly good in the floaty tailored dresses blouses and skirts. Unlike the scruffy stuff ppl wear

Graham Cunningham says:

Surely the Platforms should have been No. 1

Ambarish Borah says:

Bell bottoms are fav 😀😀

A Viewer says:

More real people in vintage clothing from then and less people from today trying to dress 70s would have made the video a lot better.

ChatMulticolore says:

agressive intro music ..

Inessa Grace says:

good in the past trends were not able to say that in those years is to do high-quality shoes and clothing was now littered with all market cheaper, while expensive it was.

Александра Ковалева says:

Great video! There was some zest in the seventies!! and many things in fashion now. so it all does not seem absurd.

Alexander Skudrev says:

now such a fashion is back, and is becoming more popular, I think in those days dressed very well.

Евгения Иванова says:

Dress idea was born with the smell of Diane von Furstenberg in 1973. "In new York in the early 1970's, designers have been fascinated by the hippie style and fashionable clothes from synthetics. I thought, why doesn't anyone come up with any simple and elegant model dresses? says Diana about the invention that made her one of the most famous American designers of the 70-ies.

яна иванова says:

но мне нравится этот desyatiletiya.Odezhda моды и обувь очень яркие, svobodnye.Hot теперь, кажется, немного смешно

Лена Илларионова says:

so happy to hear about the whole romanticism style being in because it very much ties in with all of the lolita mori girl clothing I've been getting into over the last 18montha or so. When they kept saying androgynous I was getting worried I have very long hair and dd boobs so even a mans shirt looks feminine on me not that I'm complaining quite the opposite. I love all the lacey lolita dresses and the frilly victorian style shirts but as it's been a predominantly japanese style i struggled to find clothes in my size as their large is like a uk small, hopefully this will bring more mean more size options from a lot of the retailers 🙏🏻🎎

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