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1970s Fashion 1970 to 1979
From hot pants to bell-bottoms and the disco look, if you were a fashion-conscious young adult in the '70s your wardrobe was eclectic to say the least. And that's before we even get to the tie-dye shi ...More
From hot pants to bell-bottoms and the disco look, if you were a fashion-conscious young adult in the '70s your wardrobe was eclectic to say the least. And that's before we even get to the tie-dye shirts, platform shoes and... glam rock!
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