The Most Popular Must-Have Accessories From The Groovy Era

By Rebeka Knott
Vogue 1970 Charlotte Rampling, British actress, wearing a matching knit sweater and skirt, a wide brimmed hat by Halston and shiny boots by Charles Jourdan. (Photo by Arnaud de Rosnay/Condé Nast via Getty Images)

Getting dressed is something we all do each day. Anybody can get up, put on a pair of pants, a shirt or a dress. Simply put, that is called "putting on clothes."  Add a few baubles, bangles or beads to a simple outfit and you then you have yourself a "clothing ensemble!"

Fashion accessories have been around since the beginning of time, or so it would seem and were initially worn by the privileged as a symbol of their status.