The 70s Fashion At Toya Johnson’s Star-Studded Player’s Ball Was An ENTIRE Mood!

Now, that’s how you throw a birthday party! See inside the groovy event that featured a celebrity guest list, a colorful dance floor, and more.

Toya Johnson is having a groovy time as she celebrates her 38th birthday in style! Days after having a lovely dinner surrounded by friends and family, the mother-of-two pulled out all the stops to take her partying to a new level. Let us fill you in on the star-studded Player’s Ball!

On Tuesday (Oct. 27), the mother-of-two hosted an elaborate Player’s Ball costume party for her big day. Adhering to the 70s style mandate, attendees of the lavish event did not disappoint with their retro fashions filled with feathers, bold patterns, fur, and lots of shimmer.

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Toya’s BAE Robert “Red” Rushing also arrived at the festivities in grand fashion. Keep scrolling to see his bright white fur coat, which had a train so long that it required two assistants to carry it.

As expected, Reginae Carter went all out for her mother's party in a vivid purple costume and a gorgeous 'fro. “And they love them some me,” she captioned the foxy Instagram photos that showed off her disco look.

Of course, the birthday girl stole the show in her custom white jumpsuit by Duckie Confetti.

Toya later changed into a red-hot shimmery ensemble that allowed her to dance and twerk the night away.

Below, see the highlights from the event attended by Yandy, Monyetta Shaw, Scrappy, Bambi Benson, and more.

What a celebration! We are definitely feeling the 70s vibe.

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