That 70's Show was a pretty underrated sitcom set in the 70's full of laughs, love, and just enough drug use. The portrayal of teen life in the late 70's was pretty on-point, and also fairly understated, and the clothes the characters wore was just right. The suburban setting and awkward teens-verging-on-adulthood age means that the fashion on the show was full of paisley polyester and mood rings. Unsurprisingly, Jackie has the best fashion sense and teaches us the highs of dressing in the 70's. Here are some of the best super-70's looks featured on the show.
Jackie and Donna demonstrate sweater vests and turtlenecks made cool. Who ever thought they would see teens rocking these layered grandpa styles? Only in the 70's.
Jackie's shag and faux fur jackets were all the rage in the 70's, and keep making comebacks. She also had those bombshell waves going on, complete with a middle part.
Donna was queen of the peasant blouse. While this style isn't my favorite, she rocked it like a pro, with the help of with mini braids in her hair.
Not only is Jackie's top the most 70's a floral print can get, but the addition of layered denim over it takes the look to another level.
Laurie's shirt looks so perfectly retro against that couch (and that afghan), it's insane. Her shirt may be beyond washed out and dowdy, but that Farrah Fawcett blowout makes it work.
Kelso's layered prints and Jackie's shag trim on her jacket make them the most fashionable pairing on the show. Brb, going to get a puffer vest.
Finally, the gang reminds us of the importance of ensemble dressing. Jackie and Donna might be rocking 70's style in every episode (shout-out to Donna's kerchief), but they would never look so cool without guys in printed button-down shirts surrounding them, and a so 70's living room to hang out in.