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  • Eleanor Thomas

    Click to link to the animated gif : )

  • TriziaM

    20s fashion | Tumblr

  • Amy Ellis

    Just can't resist that roaring 20s beat...

  • Belinda McPherson

    1920s inspired shoes - Google Search

  • Anika Samples

    1920s flappers dancing

  • Lorraine Hopping Egan

    Another peer evaluator said my "glass dress" essay made her think about flapper dresses as a great merge of femininity and comfort. "With lowered waist, loose, they camouflaged the imperfections of the figure. Thanks to their loosenes and the fact that hemlines rose, they were convenient - a woman could dance to jazz music and drive a car. They were also extremely feminine - ethereal and delicate." This website has several flapper girl gifs

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I like that the necklace is more plain, and isn't sparkly. 1920's flapper with headband

like this concept. don't know if the dress is "1920" ?

Naughty flapper girl reading, 1920s. “Now I am old-fashioned. A woman, I consider, should be womanly. I have no patience with the modern neurotic girl who jazzes from morning to night, smokes like a chimney, and uses language which would make a billingsgate fishwoman blush!” ― Agatha Christie, Murder on the Links

20s tomboy. Can't you just imagine her on the rowing team?

V-Neck Jumper - 1920's - 'The V-neck jumper of this streamlined, hand-knitted suit is in rust-coloured silk. Tasseled bags complemented the fringed dresses of the era and cloche hats, softened with veils or turban styles, were worn at the end of the decade.' - Decades of Fashion by Harriet Worsley - @~ Mlle

FlappersFlappers were a "new breed" of young Western women in the 1920s who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, listened to jazz, and flaunted their disdain for what was then considered acceptable behavior. Flappers were seen as brash for wearing excessive makeup, drinking, treating sex in a casual manner, smoking, driving automobiles and otherwise flouting social and sexual norms.

One of the flappers’ favorite pastimes was dancing.  And what they danced to was not their parents’ music—they danced to jazz.

The distinct bowl cut and dashing sequins

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african-american flapper with fur collar coat. in a word, stunning. #blackbeauty