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Dresses - Sleeveless -The women of Downton are already quite enamored of a sleeveless look, although they’ve to-date covered their arms for dinner with opera-length gloves. As long gloves and muffs fell out of favor in the 1920s, arms were a canvas for cuffs, bangles, watches, and cocktail rings. This photograph dates from 1928.

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Fashion the flapper. Flappers had both an image and an attitude. To look more like a boy, the flappers would wind cloth around their chests to flatten them. The waists of clothes were dropped to the hipline.

Modes (Paris) November 1927 afternoon dress by Jenny

Afternoon dress by Jenny - November 1927 - Les Modes (Paris) When I was little I owned a white faux fur muff and matching hat with cherries. Another bit of fashion gone by the wayside.

Evelyn Brent, 1920s.

A butterfly hostess gown of sapphire blue with brilliants and crystals and a silver turban worn by actress Evelyn Brent - 1920

Silent film star Evelyn Brent, 1924. Most of her films are lost

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Lupe Velez at Mary Pickford Tea Party 1928  Lupe and Mary are seated at center of this group of actresses.

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.

1920's lifestyle - Buscar con Google

In the dinner found print ad vintage fashion hairstyle shoes model graphic print hem accent

 yep. gorgeous.

Lee Miller - 1931 - Muse, artist, beauty, model, Vogue collaborator and photographer in her own right MAYBE BY MAN RAY

Ascot 1920s

Women's Fashion at Royal Ascot, June 1921 (b/w photo) / Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire, UK / Mirrorpix

Diane Ellis and Carole Lombard soaking up some sun, 1920s

Diane Ellis and Carole Lombard at the beach - Twenties style inspiration - summer - Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

New Years Postcard (1920). Can you say Flower Child?

New Year postcard, / During the young girls wore big bows on their hair that fell onto the head, & so they became known as "flappers".

From the book: "World champion Charleston dancer Bee Jackson wears a beaded and fringed dance dress, popular at the time, as the fringes would shimmer and shake and draw attention to movement. This dress is shorter than the typical styles of the era. Paste jewellery known as "slave bracelets" was often worn high up on the arm as well as the wrist."    Scanned from "Decades of Fashion" by Harriet Worsley.

Bee Jackson-champion Charleston dancer--she is where bee's knees saying came from--l'esprit swing's