Chorus Girls on the set of Becky, 1927, Costume design by Clement Andre-Ani

Mid to Late era fashion dress dinner cocktail flapper hair shoes photo print ad Hollywood glam MGM Chorus girls, 1927 (via)

great gatsby dress

Ahead of the release of The Great Gatsby, shop our edit of the best flapper dresses - 19 glamorous Great Gatsby-inspired dresses - MSN Her UK

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From the exhibit "Fashionable Art: Apparel from the and at the School of Creative Arts, University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, Indiana,

'Downton Abbey' - Lady Mary Crawley played by Michelle Dockery. I love the necklaces that go down the exposed back.

'Downton Abbey' - Lady Mary Crawley played by Michelle Dockery. I love the necklaces that go down the exposed back and hair jewelry

Beautiful photograph by Clifford Adams – Two Flappers – National Geographic.

mudwerks: “ Glamour Daze: Women in Colour - Beautiful “ Two Flappers - Arizona - 1929 - National Geographic - Clifford r adams ” ” Another one for the “Lets pretend there a couple" category

Bead It Dress in Grey

s no going wrong in this beautiful embellished dress! Detailed beading adorns the sheer top layer of this stunning blue-grey shift as you dance, twirl, and mingle through tonight’s party, shining with elegance.

~BEADED DANCE DRESS, 1920s~

BEADED DANCE DRESS, Sleeveless ivory voile decorated with rhinestones, gold sequins & crystal bugle beads, having dropped waist & flared skirt.

1920s

Mary Pickford’s tea party interesting group of women.Notice all but one has their ankles demurely crossed and all but one has a hat? She is the one I'd like to meet :) she also seems far more interested in something off camera.

American woman teaching English boys to dance the Charleston. Great Britain, 1925

Post with 4602 votes and 2863 views. Shared by An American woman teaches English bell-boys to dance the Charleston, 1925

American publisher Sylvia Beach stands in the doorway of her bookshop “Shakespeare & Company”, during the 1920s. The shop gained recognition for being run by the only person willing to publish James Joyce’s Ulysses in the English language and was regarded as a haven for American expatriates during the 1920s and 1930s.

24 Vintage Pictures Of Paris Life In The 1920s

thedevineone: “ American publisher Sylvia Beach stands in the doorway of her bookshop “Shakespeare & Company”, during the The shop gained recognition for being run by the only person willing to publish James Joyce’s Ulysses in the English.

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