The twirly tear drop has attracted designers everywhere around the world, the only question is, how will you wear it?
Paisley print origins from the seventies carefree and relaxed boho-chic style. Boho style included everything flowy, billowy, lightweight and maxi. This style experimented with classy prints and patterns, florals, paisley and tie-dye.
One of the most famous women of the 70’s boho style was Joni Mitchell. She wore tie-dye blouses, fringe, flowing silhouettes and peasant tops.
Erin Wasson was another factor influencing Boho fashion. No matter the combo, Erin's look wass always cool and seemingly effortless.
Boho icon Stevie Nicks was the lead singer for Fleetwood Mac in the '70s. She wore sheer black, cape-like shawls or her top hats; her look has been recreated and copied repetitively.
Now and Then
Roy Halston Frowick
Halston was an iconic clothing designer of the 1970s. His sexy but elegant dresses became very popular in American discos. In 1972, he announced a shirtwaist dress made from “Ultra suede,” a fabric that was washable, durable, and beautiful. Later on, he presented his most iconic design, the halter dress. This look gave women a slim, lengthy figure.