Flares with muslin shirt & tank top

Geoffrey Bailey was 36 at the beginning of 1970, and a flamboyant, fantastic dresser when left to his own devices amidst the freer fashions of this new decade. Looking back on the 1970s he quips that 'it flared' – quite literally. Read more about 1970s fashion in the New Zealand Fashion Museum publication 
The Age of Aquarius: A 70s Revolution in Fashion


Credit: Loan courtesy of Geoffrey Bailey
Copyright: Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 Licence
Designer: Unknown
Garment type: Flared pants, tank top, fitted shirt, tie
Material: Acrylic knit (top), muslin (shirt), jacquard (tie)
Features: The fitted shirt has a dog ear collar, the tank top has blanket stitched neck and armhole edges
Colour: Stone, black, brown (flares), orange, yellow, brown, fawn (top), orange (shirt), dark brown, mid brown, gold, fawn (tie)
Purchase location: Auckland
Label: Forum (tank top), John Webster Imperial (flares), Connoisseur by John Webster (tie)
Date: Early 1970s