Men’s bell bottom jeans and men’s flared pants of the late 1960s may be the most iconic of the decade, but they weren’t the only style. The mid 60s Mods chose skinny slacks with loud plaid, check or stripe prints, or went all black for beatnik style. Classic men chose low waist flat front dress trousers with a plain belt in soft pastel, chino, or earth colors. Denim jeans followed both the slim leg, flare and even the wide bell bottom when moving into the hippie ’70s. Men’s ’60s jeans waistbands were low, while ’70s waistbands were high. Corduroy bell bottom pants were especially popular in the 1970s. And on the disco dance floor, it was polyester that served as the most flexible material for bell bottoms.
Compare and shop these 60s and 70s men’s bell bottom jeans, pants and trousers for the Mod, hippie, and disco fashion style.