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Kids Raver Morphsuit Costume
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Zebra Stripes Suspenders
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Black Suspenders
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Go Go Girl Kids Costume
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Disco Dolly Kids Costume
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70s Disco Fever Kids Costume
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Find 70s Costumes on Costume Collection's Australian online costume shop. Free Delivery, Express Delivery, Posted Same Day and Easy Returns.

The 1970's was the birth of the Disco 'Saturday Night Fever' era and platform shoes and leisure suits became a trend. Men were growing sideburns and beards and women's hair was long and Farrah Fawcett like. Lava lamps were all the range and the first computer game console was created.

We were watching the likes of the The Brady Bunch, Charlie's Angels and Starsky and Hutch on TV and Star Wars, Rocky and The Godfather at the movies. We were Stayin' Alive to the Music of ABBA, Queen and KISS. Elvis left the building for the last time and the emergence of the Glam Rock movement was taking over. Men still wore their bell bottoms, but the leisure suit was now becoming the new trend. We see the rise of the Afro hair do and feminism at its peak.

If you have an invitation to boogie or want to be a Foxy lady, grab your jumpsuit and three piece suit and start 'Living in the 70's'.