Let your little girl get down and boogie oogie oogie in a Disco Halloween Costume for Girls. Shiny bell-bottoms and a psychedelic pattern dress are just two of the items available. Your little girl can dress like mom or even grandma did in the 1970s and have some fun. Young ladies can wear our outfits to a 70s themed dance or roller-skating party in addition to Halloween events.
This era had a fashion style all its own. Polyester, velour, lame and sequins were popularly used on the clothing of the time. For women, miniskirts or mini-skirt length dresses were prevalent. Shiny tops and halter-tops were frequently worn with skirts or bell-bottom pants. Platform shoes were a popular style of footwear. Long straight hair or feathered Farrah Fawcett style hair were the rage. If your daughter's hair isn't long enough or you don't want to spend the time styling it, browse through our selections of wigs.
Electronic sound was a big element of the music of the time. Some of the most popular musicians of the era were the Bee Gees, ABBA, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, Chic and Gloria Gaynor. Donna Summer was dubbed the Queen of the Disco. The era of bell bottoms and discotheques is making a comeback and recently disco style songs have become hits. Get Lucky performed by Daft Punk was written by 1970s disco veteran Nile Rodgers, a member of the band Chic. Robin Thicke's song, Blurred Lines, is another disco-inspired song, while Bruno Mars' Treasure song and its video both have a 1970s style.