*Lucia Joyce dancing at the Bullier Ball Paris 1929 [ Egyptian Revival Costume? ]

*Lucia Joyce dancing at the Bullier Ball Paris 1929 [ Egyptian Revival Costume? ]

Flapper Style - In the a new woman was born. She smoked, drank, danced, and voted. She cut her hair, wore make-up, and went to petting parties. She was giddy and took risks. She was a flapper and I am positive I would have made an awesome one!

1920s flappers and Ziegfeld Follies the Dolly sisters dressed in feathery costumes and photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston.

1920s flappers and Ziegfeld Follies the Dolly sisters dressed in feathery costumes and photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston.

The name flapper refers to the fashion trend in the 1920's of women who wore their galoshes unfastened. The noise made when they walked sounded like their boots were flapping. This trend is resurfacing today with young women wearing their boots unfastened as a fashion statement.

The name flapper refers to the fashion trend in the 1920's of women who wore their galoshes unfastened. The noise made when they walked sounded like their boots were flapping. This trend is resurfacing today with young women wearing their boots unfastened as a fashion statement.

mote-historie:  Anita Page, Joan Crawford, and Dorothy Sebastian - 1928 - Our Dancing Daughters - Directed by Harry Beaumont

mote-historie: Anita Page, Joan Crawford, and Dorothy Sebastian - 1928 - Our Dancing Daughters - Directed by Harry Beaumont

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