Seventies Glamour Party Clothes
The seventies were all about laid back glamour so make great inspiration for party clothes. They also happen to be right on trend at the moment and likely to stick around for further seasons so now is a great time to invest in that sparkling sequin dress or elegant halterneck dress. The look of the seventies tends to be long and flowing, which makes seventies style party clothes a really flattering choice. From hippy and boho styles to the luxurious Studio 54 look, there is a seventies style of party clothes for everyone and there are plenty of choices available in all of your favourite online fashion retailers.
Party Clothes – The Sequin Dress
For those who want to glitter and shimmer on the dance floor, a sequin dress is the perfect party clothes option. You can choose from a full on floor length sequin evening dresses or a cute shift dress with some sequin trim for a more subtle look.
This floor length sequin embellished maxi dress at Oasis is very reminiscent of the seventies with its long sleeves. It is ideal if you are attending an outdoor party in the evening as the sleeves will give a little extra warmth.
As an alternative to a sequin dress, these Pewter Sequin Palazzo trousers from the Limited Edition Collection at Dorothy Perkins also work really well as party clothes when teamed with a corset or halterneck top.
Party Clothes – The Halterneck Dress
Halter neck styles are great for summer parties and when you combine them with the summer seventies trend for maxi dresses they make an incredibly flattering outfit that disguises tummies, hips, thighs and legs. This blue floral halter maxi dress at Dorothy Perkins also combines a really pretty floral print which is another key trend of the summer.
Jumpsuits are firmly back on trend for the summer. They make great alternatives to party dresses and look fabulous when worn with a pair of killer heels for maximum effect. This one shoulder jumpsuit at Oasis is particularly flattering and glamorous with its draped sleeve and wide legged trousers.
The Assymetrical Dress
Both shorter style and maxi dress asymmetrical styles make great party clothes. These dresses are reminiscent of the Studio 54 era and particularly the designs of Halston, a label that was really popular in the seventies. This bright blue one shoulder swing sleeve dress by Lipsy is a dramatic choice of party clothes.
Beautiful floral prints are the perfect choice for a daytime party, barbecue or wedding. Choose from bold and bright florals in psychedelic colours, botanical prints featuring whites and greens and oriental prints in bold pinks and oranges. This Lily print maxi dress at Miss Selfridge is incredibly elegant and would work especially well for a really hot day as the loose fit will keep you refreshingly cool.
Seventies Style Accessories
Almost any seventies style party clothes including a halter dress and maxi style evening dresses will look best with a pair of wedge heels or sandals. For daytime parties you could also try adding a large brimmed floppy hat which will also keep the sun off your face. For the evening add some sparkly jewellery.
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