My favorite blue maxidress from the 70s
Ali Macgraw in Ossie Clark. One of my
favorites and probably one of Sharon Rose
as well, a beloved Ossie Clark collector.
Yves Saint Laurent with his models in the 70s. He
created womens tuxedo and is also known for the safari
will watch this film when I am in need of inspiration.
Halston and Bianca Jagger ruled the
70s and studio54.
dresses, my dream is to own a
Halston dress from the 70s. A YSL
This blue dream of a YSL 70s dress is
from Decades, but sold. But they often
Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourgh. They were
such a classy couple of this area.
I truly feel that the originals can never be replaced.
A vintage item is worth so much more to me than
a sweater from H&M. Why? Its unique and an
original, nothing beats that. That being said, I
enjoyed Gerard Darels fall collection. It is a pleasure for the
eye. I love the widelegs, flower blouses and orange
Dere som leser bloggen jevnlig har kanskje fått med dere at jeg elsker 70tallet. Lange kjoler, blomstertrykk, glade farger og fantastisk design av blant annet Halston og YSL er synonymer for denne tiden. Min mor, som var modell og designer på den tiden, sydde mesteparten av sine egne og mine klær på den tiden. Hun var en mester i design og var alltid ballets dronning med sitt fantastiske røde lange hår og flotte figur. Selv elsker jeg 70 tallet fordi de originale plaggene passer min figur. De lange kjolene, de kule mønstrene og fasongen på klærne er fantastisk. Dagens motekjedene gjør sitt beste for å kopiere stilen, men jeg synes de originale plaggene er de beste, selv om jeg også selvfølgelig shopper på H&M.
I have been a true fan of the 70s as long as I can remember. It all started with my mother, who was a model and a designer at that time. As a results, all mine and her clothes were made by her and originals. The 70s was a fun time in fashion. Colors, patterns and high heeled platform shoes, were just some of the favorites that women all over the world were wearing. The flower and floral trends are as fantastic to me now as it was then. Growing up, all I knew was this way of dressing and I counted my blessings, because I was so lucky to have my mothers closet to use as dress up when the girls came over. Her closet housed amazing cords pants, widelegged jeans, dresses and skirts, and the most amazing 70s wedding dress. It was white maxi dress, with brown and orange flowers and it fitted perfectly with my dads brown velvet suit. With so many dresses, she was always the talk of the party. Looking back as these pictures, if I was in my 20s in the 70s, I would have loved to go dancing at studio54, in my blue dress with my husband.
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