Fashion & Beauty

Groovin to Fashion & Beauty of The 70’s

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Here at VIRTVE we know to recycle and reuse fashion is a must. Today, we’re seeing many trends from the 70’s come back to life, but nothing beats the images and styles of the women from that day and age. With silhouettes accentuating every curve or lack there of, we love the vibes and appreciate the throwback swagger. From rompers to high waisted shorts and jeans, flowing crop tops and skimpy bathing suits, in the 70’s, ladies  weren’t afraid to show it off, dress it up or bare all. Their happy-go-lucky nature with fashion influenced a style that was sassy and pro-women. 

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A photo posted by @70sbabes on

A photo posted by @70sbabes on

A photo posted by @70sbabes on

A photo posted by @70sbabes on

 

A photo posted by @70sbabes on

A photo posted by @70sbabes on

A photo posted by @70sbabes on

A photo posted by @70sbabes on

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I’m over winter now

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For more flashbacks of 70’s fashion, checkout @70sbabes on Instagram and find these trends at Nasty Gal, American Apparel or Forever 21.

Kassidy (or more commonly known by her friends as Kass or Sass), was born and raised in the Bay Area, California. As a graduate from the University of Colorado at Boulder, she completed her four years with a soccer scholarship and English Lit. degree. Kassidy finds interest in all things style, beauty and entertainment, feels most complete when by the ocean and living a simpler life, and loves hearing "feel good" songs for the first time, beautiful sunny days in Boulder, and transforming into Beyonce when on the dance floor. Her motto? Keeping the sass alive.