Be like Slade and enjoy a very Seventies Christmas

December 13th, 2011


I’m a child of the 1970s, and love everything about  the decade that some say style forgot. Platform shoes, flares, halter neck maxi dresses and glam rock are all cherished by Fashion-Mommy. And in terms of Christmas, was it ever celebrated better than in the 70s.Think about it, you could watch Christmas Top of the Pops in 1973 whilst dance away to the sounds of Slade, Wizzard and Elton John ‘Stepping into Christmas’, then enjoy the Morecambe and Wise Christmas special whilst enjoying a snowball and a selection of  vol-u-vents and other delights from the hostess trolley. What’s not to love?

This Christmas you can channel the best of 70s style. So whether your style icon is Farah Fawcett in her ‘Angels’ days, Margo Ledbetter or Faye Dunaway, you will find your dressing, and gift needs taken care of. Here’s a guide to the best of the 70s…now someone fetch me a Cinzano!

Open Back Embellished Top Was: £29.99 | Now: £15 CLICK TO VISIT NEW LOOK

This top is soooo Abigail’s Party. Add a long black maxi skirt for a real retro feel!

Pleated Foil Jumpsuit Was: £54.99 | Now: £27.50 click to visit New Look

Can’t believe this gold printed jumpsuit is New Look, it looks like something Bianca Jagger would’ve worn to Studio 54.

Adenine Gold gltr/mesh £60.00 click to visit Office

These fabulous Miu Miu style shoe have a real Glam Rock feel. I love them so much I’ve just ordered a pair myself, and I’m in good company, both Rochelle and Mollie from The Saturdays have been spotted wearing them recently.

Cobalt Keiko Jersey Maxi Dress Was £ 140 Now £100 click to visit Monsoon

The seventies were the birthplace of the iconic wrap dress a la Diane Von Furstenberg. This Monsoon number just needs a floppy fedora for the authentic look.

The 1970s scrapbook by Robert Opie.Click to visit Amazon

Get some style inspiration from this collection of 70s memorabilia. Part of the Robert Opie collection.

 



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