The 1970s disco party is one of the best party themes to shake its way around. Why?
- It’s nostalgic – we all know at least one 70’s hit that we can dance to.
- It’s easy – there are plenty of pre-made kits you can buy to make your life even easier.
- It’s fun – everyone loves a good boogie!
The guys will love the women in hot pants and mini-skirts with fishnets.
The women will look glamorous and the guys will be envious of the daring outfits that these disco girls are wearing to the party.
To be a star, you have to shine.
When it comes to 70s disco party outfits, you want to shine, baby.
A 70s disco outfit is all about glitter and sparkle, so if you want to be the talk of your groovy get-together, don’t be afraid to shine.
The look was long hair parted down the middle, parted on the side/unkempt, or short and shaggy.
If you want to pay tribute to the hairstyles of your favorite era, you’ll need to have long hair. While some men wore shorter hair at this time, the most popular style was long and parted down the middle or on the side. On a night out, you might even wear your hair unkempt for a more casual look.
If long, shaggy hair just isn’t for you, then don’t worry: Short hair was also in fashion. In fact, some of our music icons opted for this look by wearing longer sideburns with their short haircuts.
Whether you choose long or short hair, remember that the key is to keep it natural and untamed. Your 70s disco party outfit will not be complete without perfectly imperfect hair!
Since both men and women wore them, they are easy to pull off.
Jumpsuits are a modern day fashion staple. Jumpsuits were worn by everyone from Sammy Davis Jr. to Diana Ross and Joni Mitchell, and were made famous in the 70s by Cher as she often wore them on her song/dance variety TV show, The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour. Today jumpsuits come in a variety of colors, styles, lengths and fabrics. You can find them at almost any department store or online clothing retailer.
There are many good reasons to wear a jumpsuit:
1 They’re comfortable and easy to wear! If you want to feel like you’re wearing pajamas in public but still look cute and trendy, put on a jumpsuit! Because they’re loose fitting they allow you to move freely while also making it easy for people who might have difficulty putting on pants due to mobility issues or disabilities — even if these things aren’t an issue for you right now (or ever).
2 They make getting ready quick– no need for matching clothes with each other or accessories because they already do all those things themselves! Just throw one on over your head when needed– no fuss no muss! And if someone asks where your shirt went just tell them this was before t-shirts became popularized; these were mainly worn as workwear garments back then so there’s really nothing wrong with showing off some skin every once in awhile anyway… Plus since both men and women wore them, they are easy to pull off without looking too feminine (unless that’s your thing!) Or masculine 😉
3 They keep everything covered up so that pesky zipper doesn’t get caught between buttons on shirts again . . . we’ve all had those moments.”
Accessorize with a wide belt and some chunky jewelry.
After you’ve picked out your perfect disco outfit, you’ll want to make sure it looks complete by adding a wide belt and some chunky jewelry. First of all, belts are great for bringing attention to your waist and accentuating your figure. It can be as simple as a solid color to match the rest of your outfit, or you can opt for something more flashy if you want to add even more sparkle. If you go with something sparkly, then that makes it extra important that the rest of your accessories stay simple—or vice versa. Either way, fashion is all about balance!
For men, it’s all about the hair.
For men, it’s all about the hair. Back in the day, you could sport any of these classic cuts with pride and look like you’d just stepped out of a time machine:
- The short and shaggy cut is perfect for those who want to show off their face but still have that flowing locks vibe going on.
- If you prefer your hair longer, try parting it on the side or down the center. Your voluminous tresses will frame your face and compliment your features while giving off a casual vibe that says, “I might be wearing polyester bellbottoms, but I’m really more of a chill guy than a disco man.”
- The afro is one style that’s still popular today! This hairstyle is especially relevant if you’re an African American man looking for an authentic retro look with minimal effort. Just let your natural curls grow out into this iconic shape for instant authenticity.
- The mullet is an excellent option if you want to be completely unrecognizable to anyone from your past who might attend the party. This cut was popular in every decade from 1970 through 1989 before making a resurgence among middle-aged white men in 2015 (thanks Miley Cyrus). It has been worn by everyone from David Bowie and John Travolta to Donald Trump (before he ran for office) and David Hasselhof (after his career went downhill). What better way to make sure no one recognizes you?
Men always wore suits with pointed collars, some even had short sleeves.
Men always wore suits with pointed collars, some even had short sleeves. These were often in bright colors like green, blue and orange. They accessorized with wide ties and pocket squares, as well as narrow lapels on the jacket to make the outfit look sleeker. The suit was worn with a button-down shirt that was tucked into high-waisted trousers with flare legs and cuffs at the bottom. Women would also wear dresses or body suits that showed off their figure while still being form-fitting and flattering on their body type.
The look of the Disco era is one that can easily be recreated today if you have an eye for fashion!
Block heels were only worn by women in the 70s disco era.
If you’re a woman, you might want to consider wearing block heels to the party. Block heels were worn by women in the 70s disco era, and not by men. Both men and women wore platform shoes, but only women wore block heels. They were fashionable in the 70s, and they are still very much wearable today! At any time of day or night, if you go out in block heels, heads will turn. You’ll feel completely confident strutting your stuff all over town.
Lavish costumes are worn by the audience who come dressed as various colorful characters on theme nights like Halloween, masquerade parties and costume balls.
If the prospect of setting your own fitness goals sounds like it might be a little too much of a challenge, don’t worry. Like with anything in life, it’s always easier to start at the beginning. When starting, your initial goal should be to improve on the things you have already started doing. What this means is that you will have to define your current position and set realistic targets to improve on this in order for you to get anywhere. Don’t worry about what other people are doing or where they are at their fitness journey and focus all of your attention on what you want.
Each person has his or her own personal journey and it is important that you respect each person’s journey if you want them to respect yours. One thing that everyone should learn from the beginning is how important it is to stay focused on yourself throughout your entire fitness journey, no matter how long or short this may be!
Tangible goals which can be achieved within three months include: getting up early enough each morning so that breakfast can be eaten before leaving for work and walking home from work instead of taking public transport when possible
If you’re going to a 70’s party good luck!
You need a white disco suit. You’ve got to be stark and stand out from the crowd. If you want to be a star, you have to shine. A disco suit is your chance to do just that.
For the ladies, there were two basic paths they could take in 70s fashion: Either jump into the hot pants and mini-skirts with fishnets or fully embrace polyester. The first option was probably more eye-catching, but it did provide problems when it came to sitting down; some of these skirts barely covered underwear!
The second option? Ample material with wild colors and patterns printed on them. In fact, anything psychedelic was popular during the seventies!
When going to a disco party, whether it be themed or not, there are many different possibilities to keep in mind when creating the perfect outfit. It’s important to remember that the main purpose of a disco party is for everyone there to have a good time, and if you feel confident in what you’re wearing, you’ll be able to dance the night away without any worries. If your unsure about what outfit would be best for you at this type of event, take a step back and consider how much risk you want to take with your look; sometimes simple is better! However, if you want to go all out with your aesthetic then embrace that desire wholeheartedly because confidence is key!