LOW COST 70S FANCY DRESS IDEAS
FOR LADIES AND GENTS
Retro Go Go Girl
A highly-rated costume that includes a groovy pattern dress, belt and headband. Ideal for sixties or seventies dress-up.
Groovy Hippy Lady Costume
This bright and colourful outfit is ideal for both 60s and 70s dress-up and is a great price, too!
These are very much in fashion at the moment and can be worn not only to a 70s fancy dress party, but as stylish and trendy casual wear.
This psychedelic outfit includes a waistcoat that fits up to 44" chest and elasticated trousers that fit up to 44" waist. Inside leg is 32-34". Very good value.
This colourful 70s outfit includes a hot pink crop top with long mesh bell sleeves, yellow waistcoat (attached to crop top), multicoloured trousers and headband.
These excellent value outfits are ideal for 70s, disco and Abba themed parties and events, and includes a white top, flared trousers and tie belt. Please note that the prices and design differ between the two different sizes.
Get that early 70s festival look with this low-cost, floral patterned top with gold and pink detailing, pink and floral flared elasticated trousers, peace medallion and a matching fabric headband.
Here we have a funky, open neck style shirt which even includes a peace sign medallion. Great value and perfect for both 60s and 70s fancy dress.
A pair of plan, black flared trousers for seventies and disco dress-up fun. Ideal for stag dos, 70s parties, festivals etc.
A low-cost wig which includes long and wavy blonde, synthetic hair with a red and white striped headband including an attached daisy.
These low-cost, vintage style sandals are ideal for completing your hippy look and are available in two styles in brown and black.
This funky shirt fits a chest size up to 44", and it's ideal for 70s dress-up. Suggestion: Add some flared trousers and an afro wig.
A greta value satin-look shirt that features a frilly front, frilly cuffs and uses velcro instead of buttons. Fits up to 44in chest.
Choice of retro 60s and 70s comic book superheroes including Wonder Woman, Bat Girl, Robin, Supergirl and Spidergirl. Great value and ideal for hen nights, conventions, fun runs etc.
The start of the 70s was still being influenced by the sixties hippy syles, with tie dye shirts (these featured bold patterns and colours) and frayed jeans still popular. Mini skirts reached the peak of their popularity, along with hot pants (tight shorts), high-waisted flared trousers/loon pants and fitted blazers.
The second half of the decade also brought us glam rock, disco (three-piece suits and frilly shirts were popular with men) leotards and aviator shades, although not all worn at once, obviously! By the end of the decade drainpipes had replaced bell bottoms and punk fashions were a cool, anti-establishment alternative to disco clothes.
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