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How Did Women Dress in the 70's?

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Many of the clothing styles in the 1970s for women, are still being worn in 2013. The top ten items that women wore in 1970 being worn again in 2013 include maxi dresses, scooter skirts, flared jeans, ascot blouses, faux fur animal prints, hooded dresses, chevron stripes, prairie dresses, floppy hats, and platform shoes. Some clothing items people may not realize they were in style back in the 70s. For example, scooter skirts are actually the school uniform skirts.
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