A Blog dedicated to the fashion, music and life of the 1970s

ihideinmymusic:

Rare Carpenters clip!

missbettysattic:

@1970s
featherstonevintage:

Chloe 
Elegance Magazine - 1971/1972
Photographed by Regi Relang

featherstonevintage:

Chloe 

Elegance Magazine - 1971/1972

Photographed by Regi Relang

featherstonevintage:

Chloe
Elegance Magazine - 1971/1972
Photographed by Regi Relang

featherstonevintage:

Chloe

Elegance Magazine - 1971/1972

Photographed by Regi Relang

missbettysattic:

1970s Misses one Piece dress and vest.  Fitted dress in 2 lengths with jewel neckline has princess seaming and inverted pleats.  Sleeveless or full length sleeves gathered at cap.  Shaped vest, lined to edge, has V neckline, princess seaming and button and loop closing.  Purchased belts.  

missbettysattic:

1970s Misses one Piece dress and vest.  Fitted dress in 2 lengths with jewel neckline has princess seaming and inverted pleats.  Sleeveless or full length sleeves gathered at cap.  Shaped vest, lined to edge, has V neckline, princess seaming and button and loop closing.  Purchased belts.  

missbettysattic:

1970s Tunic or Dress

missbettysattic:

1970s Tunic or Dress

Anonymous asked:

what did teens worry about

Well hahaha, just basically everything teenagers worry about today! I find that kids were a little more innocent, and then you had your bad sort, into alcohol, smoking, drugs etc. But girls worried about their things, and guys worried about their things. You know the usual i’m sure hahaha. Hope this helps!

Anonymous asked:

I have a party 70´s style. How was makeup?

The makeup was very pastel looking. The eye shadow was usually a creme-eye shadow, in metallic colours like blue’s, green’s and pinks. The face was thickly covered in foundation and pressed-powder. The cheeks were always a tinge of pink, maybe a rose coloured blush, then they would bronze around the face frame. They would wear a lot of mascara, bottom and top lashes, and/or even fake eyelashes. Liquid eyeliner was applied to only usually the top lid in a thin stroke with a flick at the end. Lips were usually a nudey colour or orangey type colour with a clear or coloured lip gloss applied. Eye-brow pencil can be applied but only in small amounts, really hope this helps! :D

Anonymous asked:

where can I buy a dress of similar fashion?

You can look at multiple second hand shops-they could possible have actual vintage dresses. You could even try clothes stores now, because all the fashion lately is 60s and 70s inspired, but if you wanted to go really retro, try ebay or expensive clothes stores online, hope that helps :D