Seventies disco party dresses are big news with the return of the Halston label and Studio 54 vibe in full swing. There is also an exciting collection of Studio 54 inspired party dresses, bodycon dresses and evening maxi dresses at Boohoo.com.
Studio 54 was all about flamboyance, hedonism and opulence with clothes that sparkled right across the dance floor. Studio 54 which was originally a theatre in New York, then a radio and television studio before being opened as a discotheque in 1977. It eventually closed in 1986 but not until it had seen many of the celebrities of the time strutting their stuff on the dance floor. Among the cool crowd that frequented Studio 54 were Andy Warhol, Liza Minnelli, Mick and Bianca Jagger. It was also associated with some of the fashion names that are still very well known today including Calvin Klein and Halston.
In its heyday, the nightclub became famous as being the place to be seen with the “movers and shakers” you know you had arrived when you were invited to the nightclub and for that reason it became even more popular especially with the VIPs of the day. during its short life as a club it became arguably the best known nightclub in the the world in the late seventies and credited with being instrumental in the rise of disco music and the culture that surrounded it.
In terms of fashion and style Studio 54 was definitely the place to be in the late seventies and Studio 54 style has become synonymous with the sparkly maxi dresses and sequined outfits of the time. Apart from the eye catching party dresses, Studio 54 style included seriously big and fluffy hair and lots of makeup.
How to get the Studio 54 look
Sparkle, glitter, sequins and long flowing dresses are all reminiscent of Studio 54. Think bell sleeved mini dresses, asymmetric one shouldered party dresses and statement accessories. Jumpsuits and maxi dresses were also big news. Anything that means you can really shine on the dance floor and dance your socks off in should fit the bill.
This beautiful satin dress is available in black or natural and will definitely shimmer as you shimmy with an amazing pleated skirt that adds movement as you walk or move. It also has a very flattering and elegant tie neck.
This dress is a very simple design but what it lacks in shape and structure, it makes up for in sparkle. This dress oozes sex appeal and is great for those who want to show off their figures. It is available in both blue and charcoal.
This beaded shift dress is another body con option that gives a definite nod to those glitzy disco days. Add chunky rings, a sparkly necklace and some wedge heels for a dance ready look.
Boohoo have definitely captured the disco vibe with this one shouldered dress which is made from a shimmering leopard print fabric. Wear with black tights, stiletto heels and a wide belts for cool disco diva outfit.
If party dresses aren’t your thing, this all in one suit is just as spectacular, if not more so.
These disco party dresses are so fun, there is no need to wear them to a night club for a really enjoyable night. Just grab yourself a glitter ball and create your own Studio 54 party at home!