Fashion is a combination of trends, eras, ideas, and memories. Often, seemingly forgotten topics suddenly return to the catwalks and conquer the red carpet. We decided to find out why this is happening, and figure out what the matter is, paying attention to the eternal 1970s.
Military and country style, ethnic elements, and aristocratic aesthetics could be in fashion at the same time. We see the same thing in today’s fashion space: several trends exist in parallel (sometimes for many seasons), allowing each of us to choose something to our liking, be it wide-leg trousers and a felt hat, or a colorful poncho and platform shoes.
An interesting fact, the concept of a “basic” wardrobe also appeared in the 70s. Today, a significant part of the “basic” things come from that period. Take, for example, a trouser suit, without which it is impossible to imagine either office everyday life or fashionable parties. As it was forty years ago, it is complemented by a turtleneck or a blouse with a bow if it is about work, or a silk v-neck shirt if it is an informal event.