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#70s Plaid Fab!

Seema_Style_70s_FabIt’s Boogie Woogie Wonderland Wednesday!

Do you love the 70s?

I love the 70s! It’s timeless music, vivacious dance moves and colorful/innovative fashion sense!

70’s trends have transitioned into each generation and are “Ah Ah Ah Ah Stayin’ Alive, Stayin’ Alive” ~ Bee Gees

The fashion in the 70s can be defined as having many prints inspired by the “hippie movement” where bell bottom pants, turtle neck shirts and plaid patterns were the exceptional trends throughout the decade!

I recently did a photo shoot at Southern Highlands Golf Club in Las Vegas and I am wearing my favorite 70’s mini plaid dress that was passed down from my aunt. It is the perfect seasonal dress that presents all the fall like colors!  The thick material is suited to comfort during this cool time of the year on the golf course! The front of my dress is really cute, it has a brown suede tie-up to give the dress an added pretty feature. I paired my 70s chic look with my shiny patent leather navy blue FootJoy shoes and my navy blue and white Titleist visor.

FUN QUOTE:  “In the 70s we had to make it acceptable for people to accept girls and women as athletes. We had to make it okay for them to be active. Those were much scarier times for females in sports.” ~ Billie Jean King

Reading that quote makes me feel very inspired learning about fashion, sports and the culture from the different decades and bringing them back to life today on the golf course with the freedom to do so:) Don’t be afraid to try new things. You can always make something work with the right attitude and mind set!

XoXo, Love you

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