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Everything old is new again

 

Me and some of my cousins from the mid-70’s. I’m the one on the left with the dirty blonde hair, brown top and what appears to be me sticking out my tongue or a lollipop.

I am a very nostalgic kind of person. I can spend hour pouring over old photos and retelling stories of my youth to my husband and kids. I especially love to get together with my cousins and talk about great times we had together. We had such good times growing up.

I often get a kick out of looking at my various hair styles I’ve had over the years, as well as fashion.

If you are a forty-something year old person like me, do you remember the 80’s with neon clothing, big hair and leg warmers? I even wore blue eye shadow back then. BLUE EYE SHADOW!!! Seriously, who wears blue eye shadow.

Questionable hair style from the 70’s. I think I looked like a boy that entire decade.

I grew up in the 70’s and 80’s. Of the two decades, the fashion choices of the 70’s were a bit more my style. I’m still not keen on bell bottom pants (I never was fond of those), I do however like the hippie-like style with the (faux) suede, fringe, Earthy tones/colors and bohemian looks.

It’s true what they say – everything old is new again. That can be said for the fashion of the 1970’s. Many of those styles are coming back and are considered “hip” and “trendy” these days.

Sadly, even if I could find any of my clothing from the 70’s they wouldn’t fit. I was a child back then.

If you are into the 70’s look, you should check out what’s available at T.J. Maxx. They have plenty of great choices to upgrade your wardrobe to a whole new (or old) look.

Here are just a few examples of goodies that you can find at your local T.J. Maxx store.

Drapey Trench Coat – $19.99 | Leather Block Heel Booties – $229.99 | Sterling Silver Polished Heart Profile Ring – $19.99 | Beaded Tassel Frontal Hoop Earrings – $12.99 | Jadeisle Moroccan Top – $39.99 | Designer Sunglasses With Case – $119.99| Linear Stone Fringe Earrings – $14.99| Faux Suede Fringe Jacket – 19.99 | Rose Plated Sterling Silver Flower Ring – $49.99 | Velvet Over The Knee Boots – $34.99 | Leather Belt Bag With Suede Tassel – $12.99 | Multi Row Beaded Choker Necklace – $16.99 | Mesh Overlay Midi Dress – $16.99 | Perforated Hobo – $34.99 | One Band Block Heels – $39.99| Striped Romper – $14.99 | Fray Hem Culottes – $19.99 |

Tie Sleeve Top – $19.99 | Crowning Glory Designer Sunglasses – $34.99 | Gold Plate Sterling Silver Pearl And Cubic Zirconia Bar Wrap Necklace – $29.99| Lace Up Biker Jacket – $29.99 | Petite Choker Bell Sleeve Blouse – $14.99 | Lace Up Sneakers – $24.99 | 2pc Platform Heels – $15.00 | Pull On Printed Pants – $16.99 | Labradorite Feather Bypass Cuff Bracelet –  $29.99 | Suede Peep Toe Tassel Booties – $39.99 | Sterling Silver Pearl Bypass Ring – $29.99 | Pop Over Faux Suede Dress – $29.99 | Sterling Silver Obstude Triangle Earrings – $24.99 | Leather Pouch With Wristlet – $19.99 | Milano Striped Crepe Pants – $10.00 | Plunging Bell Sleeve Mini Dress – $119.99 |

Exaggerated Lantern Sleeve Top – $29.99 | Turquoise Beaded Fringe Lariat Necklace – $15.00 | Oversized Denim Jacket – $24.99 | Floral Triple Ruffle Blouse – $14.99 | Flap Leather Crossbody – $29.99 | Classic Fit Ankle Dress Pants – $19.99 | 14K Gold London Blue Topaz Flower Stud Earrings – $79.99 |Patchwork Suede Booties – $69.99 | Backpack With Tassel Detail – $19.99 | Sterling Silver Opal Medallion Earrings – $24.99| Sterling Silver Moon Bangle Bracelet – $34.99 | Frayed Hem Skinny Ankle Jeans – $19.99 | Turtleneck Striped Dress – $29.99 | Velvet Rose Patch Slip On Sneakers – $24.99 |

I am in LOVE with the Floral Triple Ruffle Blouse (pictured above). That would look amazing with black leggings and knee high black boots.

I was just in T.J. Maxx last week looking for soap for our bathroom and kitchen. I love the scented soaps you can find at T.J. Maxx. You can get a huge bottle of soap that will last a long time for about $6.00. You can’t beat that.

I was also going to see if they had begun to roll out their fall/Halloween/Thanksgiving goodies yet. I am a HUGE fan of decorating for the holiday and seasons. T.J. Maxx is one of my “go-to” places for new holiday and seasonal decor.

I know it’s a bit early, but I’m in the mood for Autumn right now. I’m so over summer (I”m not a fan of summer).

T.J. Maxx is a great place to find current fashion trends (like the beautiful 70’s inspired pieces pictured above) as well as other brand name products for affordable prices.

To find a T.J. Maxx location near you visit TJMaxx.com. You can also find the brand on social media.

Are you a fan of the 70’s fashion? What decade of fashion is your favorite?

Kimberly

*I have partnered with T.J. Maxx to bring you this information. Although compensated the opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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Kimberly Vetrano resides in the suburbs of New York City with her family and "mini zoo" consisting of five cats, a dog and a Goldfish. Kimberly is a teacher's assistant for a Kindergarten class. When she is not working or blogging, Kimberly enjoys taking photos of nature and hanging out with family and friends.

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