'70s Fashion Trends Bucket List

Because they never go out of style.
by Janelle Yau   |  Aug 12, 2016
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We may be living in the 2010s, but you can't deny that fact that the '70s were a huge influence to our music, culture, and of course, fashion. So if you're up for a blast in the past, bring out your flared jeans, peasant blouses, and mini shift dresses and get into the groove with these '70s style trends you simply need to try!

Bell-sleeved dress

A dress is already cute on its own, but there's just something about the flappy sleeves of the bell-sleeved dress that makes it flirtier, more fashionable, and more fun to wear.

Flared jeans

Flared jeans were hip and happening in the '70s and they're still just as cool and trendy now. Pair them with a crop top or a cami for a cute OOTD.


The '70s loved vests and they loved it shaggy. Opt for a sleeker version of this piece for a more chic and modern look.


Peasant blouse

No top spells boho more than a good ol' peasant blouse. You can wear it with a cute pair of denim cut-offs for a Vanessa Hudgens-inspired OOTD, or a cute skirt for a more feminine look.

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Mini shift dress

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Shift dresses may be a '70s trend, but shift dresses are timeless and they flatter just about any body shape, too.

Lace-up sandals

The '70s was a bohemian decade so every '70s girl needed a pair of lace-up sandals. Whether you wear them with a dress or a pair of shorts, a pair of lace-up sandals can instantly up the ante of your outfit.

Necktie blouses

If you want to add a little bit of masculinity into your looks without going overboard, you can count on a cool necktie blouse to give you just the right amount of macho while still keeping it girly.

Which of these '70s trends will you be trying first? Tweet us or send us a snap at@candymagdotcom!

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Janelle Yau
Fashion and Beauty Assistant
The Rebecca Bloomwood of Manila. I spend half of my time obsessing about the latest fashion craze, and the other half overthinking and over-analyzing just about anything under the sun. When I’m not busy as a bee playing with fifty shades of pink lippies, you can probably catch me swiping my plastic for yet another pair of shiny, pointed gold flats.
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