Leisure suits became very popular for both men and women in the 1970s. In the day time, many of the suits were corduroy, tweed, velvet, and bitted fabrics that were brightly colored. These suits all had wide lapels and the pants were flared at the bottom.
The rage in my HS; Bell-bottoms became very fashionable for women in the mid 1960s and for both for men and women in Europe and in North America by the late 1960s, much of the 1970s, and early 1980s. By 1967, they went from high-fashion to become part of the hippie counter-culture movement, together with love beads, granny glasses, and tie-dye shirts, even getting mentioned in popular music.
A pint-sized version of our women's cord, just for her. These popular slim pants now come in extra-stretchy corduroy that's supercomfy—so she looks cute without feeling fidgety (aka you're both happy!). <ul><li>Cotton/spandex.</li><li>Internal adjustable elastic waistband sizes 2-14.</li><li>Belt loops.</li><li>Zip fly.</li><li>Sizes 2-7 have snap closure; sizes 8-16 have button closure.</li><li>Traditional 5-pocket styling.</li><li>Machine wash.</li><li>Import.</li></ul>