Although the world of fashion is constantly moving forward, it seems as though it’s also moving backward. Trends from the past are proving to be extremely popular in the modern world, and it seems as though everyone loves to take a dip through the back-catalog of fashion to remake and remodel some of the greatest trends to ever grace this earth. So, what’s all the rage right now? If you’re ready to get groovy and embrace your inner hippie, then you’ll love the fact that these 70s trends are rocking the runway.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you’ll know that celebs have been chopping off the ends of their tops and rocking the bra top instead. The likes of Kim Kardashian, Gigi Hadid, and other fashionistas have been showing off their abs and toned stomachs over the year, and bringing back the ‘70s look. This underwear-as-outerwear look was hugely popular back in the day, as it gave women the chance to show off their fabulous bell-bottoms. Yep, more on those in a bit…
Shoes were a huge deal back in the ‘70s, and it seemed as though some of the most fashionable ladies of this era just loved to put their feet in clogs. While they are a far cry from the strappy sandals and heels that many people wear today, these clogs are heavy and thick. However, they look pretty awesome, and they are surprisingly comfortable! Clogs have dominated the runway in recent months, so you might want to get onboard. Actually, it might be best to get a few pairs.
Finally! We were hoping this day would come. Bell-bottom pants were all the rage back in the ‘70s, and we just love looking back at our parents and checking out their giant flares. After all, they looked pretty comfortable. You no longer have to just look at the pictures, because bell-bottom pants are now back in fashion and making their way down the runway. The hug the top of your legs while making you feel all floaty on the bottom. What could be better than that?
Love the ‘70s? Well, you’ll be happy to know that ‘70s fashion is coming back with a vengeance, and has become the latest fashion trend. Groovy, baby.