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1970s Women's Suits
Slink Poly nylon knit feels so good in this 60's- 70's hip pant set. Dig the cats Meow 20's images that can make a gal just blush! This is an extra small in every way. Read on, you'll be glad you didLearn More
Regular Price: $92.00
Special Price: $88.00
Take a turn from traditional cocktail attire. This ruby-red pantsuit from the 1970s is sure to be a hit. A Leslie Fay original, the soft satin-finish polyester is in excellent condition. The bodice and sleeve cuffs are adorned with rhinestone buttons. A belt cinches your waist, ensuring a chic silhouette. The super-wide legs can give the illusion of a skirt, but you’ll love the ease of wearing pants.Learn More
Yippeeyio! Perfect for a 1970s Western event, this suit will dazzle the crowds while showing off the peach and white marbled faux stone decals. This pant suit will make you stand out with its bedazzled flowers and starburst detailing. Scroll down, click on the thumbnails and you will enlarge the photo. Features include a stretch elastic waist, flattering cinched jacket and a bellbottomed pant.
$62.00Disco Pantsuit gets your groove on Learn More
Escada was founded in 1978 by Margaretha and Wolfgang Ley in Munich, Germany. The company soon stood out, with its distinctive creations featuring unusual combinations of colors and patterns, exclusive embroidery, and elaborately designed knitted fashions. Escada saw a rapid upswing and continually extended its collections and its creative work.
This form-fitting and functional pant suit is a stunning example of the Ley's work at the height of their popularity in the late 80s. Learn More
Glam it up and let yourself glitter in this marvelous metallic pantsuit. Distinctly 1960s, the shimmering gold fabric is just right for the dance floor! Wide leg pants balance the sleeveless square top. Darting in the bust and a cowl neck add character and shape. The top has two shank buttons at the back collar, but is otherwise open. Pants have a front zipper. The entire suit is acetate-lined. Who says only your jewels can shine?Learn More