Vintage 70s Denim Jumpsuit
Look no further if you’re looking for a vintage 70s denim jumpsuit that’s a little different than your standard ‘flared bell bottom pants’ style. This look features a flared hem, button front, and faux leather belt. You can wear this look with sneakers and a pair of sandals and even pair it with a turtleneck for cooler days.
Vintage 70s denim jumpsuit
A vintage 70s denim jumpsuit has a wide leg and a bell bottom fit. This piece is in excellent condition and is best suited for petite women. It zips up in the back. And it is in excellent condition and has a small mark inside the collar. It is also available in a contemporary color.
This jumpsuit has short sleeves, and a button snaps up the front. It has an elastic waistband and is tagged size 14/16. There are minor stains throughout the piece, but the fit is excellent. The piece measures 34 inches around the bust and 25 inches from the waist to the hem. It is also lined. And it is available in tall sizes as well. It is in very good vintage condition.
Flared bell bottom pants
A 70s denim jumpsuit with bell-bottom pants features a wide-leg gaucho design. This style has short sleeves, a front zipper, and pockets. It has an easy fit and hits just below the knee. It also features an elastic back waist. It’s sure to turn heads wherever it goes.
You can also pair flares with dresses or a blouse to update the look. Similarly, high-waisted bell-bottom pants can pair with an oversized sweater or a blouse. Those with wider legs will look great with a pair of high heels. They will also pair well with vintage-inspired pieces and the retro look.
Button front 70s Denim Jumpsuit:
This 70s denim jumpsuit with a button front is made of American-made Westward rigid denim. It features a straight-leg silhouette, button front closure, belt loops, and five-pocket styling. This jumpsuit is pre-shot from a sample, so that the details may vary. Please note that the jumpsuit is made of vintage denim, so there may be signs of wear.
Faux leather belt
For this look, you will need a denim jumpsuit and platform wedges, and I found some great options at Forever 21. They have a sweetheart neckline and cute straps and tie in the back. You can also buy a pair of Egos sandals to go with it, which are comfortable and casual, so they are perfect for daytime wear. Keep your accessories simple, too, and apply a light coat of mascara.
Matching brown color-scheme neck tie
The ’70s were synonymous with the jumpsuit. This versatile piece was a common garment for both sexes and was often worn by Cher, one of the iconic ’70s actresses. It features one-layer denim with a halter neckline. This era also saw the rise of faux fur and leather trim. It also comes in several colors, including olive green and black. The faux fur trim is especially fabulous. Combined with the au naturel stylings of the ’70s, muted colors are a great choice.