For Members Of The Fairer Sex, One Of The Most Popular Hairstyles Was To Leave Their Hair Loose With A Middle Parting.

Women chose to wear clothes that were elegant, quite often mimicking the look that Jacqueline Kennedy favoured. Clogs, flip flops, and shiny disco shoes were other styles of shoes that were also quite the trend in the seventies. But bell bottoms were not the only style of trousers popular in the seventies. Get your hands on as many jackets, cardigans, sweaters, mufflers, and wooden hats as you can. Hat styles in the 1900s also included the bowler hats, which had a round crown, and were made of soft felt. Well, in the eighties, the fashion-forward individuals did just that.