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Fashion Then and Now – Did You Know The Sexy 1970s Are Making a Comeback

Fashion is amazing and fine art. It has evolved from being the most boring art to the most amazing brand it is today. Although the old way of dressing is incomparable to the current trends in fashion and design, everything about today’s fashion industry is pretty much a throwback to the 1970s and all of us are definitely investing in improved fashion that pretty much had a groovy and humble past.

 Difference between present and old Fashion

You might be surprised to hear someone say that fashion started during creation, when the very first attires were designed by one true Biblical God. But the 1960s hold the evolutional vibrancy we all praise today. Actually, fashion norms began to change in the 60s, and every evolution was inspired by some sort of social movements. Youngsters got tired of the dressing traditions set by their parents; the twisted rules, they began changing the dressing code, modernism became the rule of the game, and, eventually, youth culture began to dominate fashion – and the world.

The 1960s’ fashion was more inclined to modernism. The mod that was previously more conservative changed. The youth lifestyle changed the Mod fashion from what they thought was and boring to the all-night club kind of dress. Traditional clothes worn by men started to disappear. In fact, men started wearing tight-fitting clothes with geometric patterns. Women changed their dressing codes too. They no longer wore long dresses and long skirts. They decided to do their dressing the much sexy way – or maybe just a little bit. In fact, they started wearing miniskirts and dresses that no longer covered their knees.


By 70s, people had already garnered interest in whimsical patterns and bell-bottoms. The best thing about this period is that people started wearing what they like. There was no such thing as traditional conservations and it looks like there were no dressing rules either. In fact, people wore anything they wanted, and everyone felt comfortable about whatever they had worn.

As time passed, we started seeing new trends. Many people lost the interest of wearing whatever they wanted. People began to feel they would look cute if they tweaked fashion – at least just a little bit, or maybe more. And, yes, changes were made.  Leisure suits, rack suits, jumpsuits and pan suits were invented, and the new trends flourished in the market.


The hippie movement that took over the traditional mode of dressing in the 60s is still ruling. We still see women in short beautiful dresses and miniskirts. Some of the popular attires used in the 1960s include flowing garments, tie-dye prints and headbands. The comeback attires include beautiful flora patterns, mini skirt and shift dresses.


Like in the seventies, people still wear what they want. However, the current trend is a lot more different, because regardless of the fact that people are dressing the way they want, their dressing is not only based on personal preferences, but also on seasons, lifestyle and activities.



There is only one thing you need to know about fashion: it’s still evolving. It will keep changing, possibly because trends come and go. Even people who aren’t so much into fashion will agree that the fashion they know today isn’t the one they knew a decade ago. And the old now agree that fashion can never be permanent. Colors keep going in and out of style. Dressing modes keep changing. There are many makeup options for women. There is something new for everyone, and to be honest, fashion cannot be exhausted at this point in time – at least not yet.  



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