The invitation just arrived and it states: You are cordially invited to the greatest birthday party ever. You continue reading with excitement and then you see the DRESS CODE: 70s Disco Chic! "Oi Vey," you say. And then you think of me...your dearly beloved blog and know that this dress code ain't nothing to worry about because DECADES has the answers and our suggestions are below:
The Halston heavy matte jersey V neck dress is for those who want a bit of the Studio 54 vibe, but want a dress that is a foundation for fabulous accessories. Mix this up with a ton of bangles, huge hoop earrings, and a strappy metallic sandal. The dress is Halston, after all...it is Studio 54 Disco 70s fabulous-ness, yet thoroughly modern and appropriate for various cocktail opportunities, regardless of a theme dress code.
Halston 70s heavy matte jersey V neck dress with narrow rib cage. Modern size 4 SOLD
Then there is the party goer who loves a little drama. Well, this Adolfo for Saks Fifth Avenue silk leopard print dress is 70s indulgence and has blingy jet bead buttons on the cuffs and down the front for extra pizazz. Finally, there are the ladies out there who love to dance and this Holly's Harp matte jersey dress has a fluid skirt, spaghetti straps, and a cris-cross gathered jersey effect neckline that makes the wearer want to twirl in circles. So here are three options for those who like the night life and need a touch of 70s to get through it!
Adolfo for Saks Fifth Avenue 70s leopard print silk hostess gown with jeweled buttons. Modern size 6 to 8 SOLD
Holly's Harp by Holly Harp 70s black jersey spaghetti strap cris-cross neckline dress. Modern 4 to 6 SOLD
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