Get ready to cure your Saturday Night Feverand prepare for some Boogie Nights with these super groovy 1970s costumes from Candy Apple Costumes! Our goal is to help you channel your inner grooviness, whether you fancy yourself a glamorous go-go gal or a disco dude like Tony Manero. The '70s were a time of rebellion, freedom and funky fashions, building upon the foundation of 1960s counterculture and forging a whole new cultural identity with disco music, bright colors and plenty of polyester. We're here to help you find the most authentic, crowd-pleasing '70s costumes for Halloween, costume parties and more!
Is your Halloween goal simply to wear bell bottoms, platform shoes, velour or a leisure suit? Well, you're in luck! Candy Apple Costumes is the destination for fun men's and women's disco costumes, with "Saturday Night Fever" costumes, Elvis costumes and go-go girl costumes that will make you want to groove all night to the Bee Gees and the Village People. Make sure to read our guide below if you're looking for '70s character costumes that will earn you some costume contest cred. We also have disco costumes for kids so you can deck out the whole family in disco swag!
In addition to the always popular disco costumes inspired by your favorite '70s films, we also have plenty of hippie costumes that you can use to transform into a free-spirited bohemian. And don't forget to think about all the most memorable cultural icons from the great disco decade - Mork and Mindy, Charlie's Angels, Jimi Hendrix and Elvis! This is your chance to be your very best '70s self for one night only, so seize the opportunity! Candy Apple Costumes is here to help you find the greatest retro costume ideas, with '70s costumes for men and women as well as plus size styles.
Willy Wonka and Oompa Loompa Costumes (The definitive movie version, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, was released in 1971. Its depictions of Willy, the Oompa Loompas, and the kids, have become cultural icons.)
The Mod Squad (show originally aired from 1968 to 1973. See our blog post "How to Dress Up Like The Mod Squad.")