The early Seventies in fashion carried a lot of the Hippie vibe: people would wear bell-bottom pants, frayed jeans, midi skirts, maxi dresses, Tie-dye, and ponchos. Others would prefer a dressy casual look: tight t-shirts with flared pants, sweaters, cardigans, and boots. Pastels were popular colors, especially baby blue, yellow, mauve, and peach. By the mid-1970s, the Hippie look fell out of fashion and was replaced by tailored business styles: tailored blazer, midi skirt, a fitted blouse, and classic high heels. While the late Seventies was all about disco: chunky heels became a must, along with jersey wrap dresses, tube tops, sequined shirts, spandex shorts, and high slit skirts with boots. Three-piece suits with wide lapels and flared pants were popular in powder blue, beige, and white.
Sofa – the “piece of resistance” in your living room!
The heart and soul of a home is the Livingroom. Some of you may not agree with my affirmation, but before you do that, let me ask you this: What is the room in your house, where you spend most of the time with your family and friends? Where do you invite your guests to sit down and enjoy a cup of good coffee with some delicious cookies? Where do you sit with your palls to watch a football play or a telemovie? – Well, at least at one of these questions I bet you answered: “It’s my Livingroom”.