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1920s Flapper Counted Cross Stitch Pattern

1920s Flapper Counted Cross Stitch Pattern

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-Straight up and down or tubular -The bra was introduced -Safe makeup,costume jewelry and suntans were in great demands -Flapper: - wore a headband around their forehead usually with a feather i (How To Make Dress Woman)

Gosh, I love those finger waves...

Lighting on dark skin tone. I'm pretty sure this girl is Jamaican but I can't remember her name. Maybe Sunna? - Hairstyle for black women

1920's inspired headpiece #greatgatsby I am a headband jeweled headband and scarf gal, must have lived in the 20's!!

Embellished Tulle Headband Flapper Hair Accessory 'Susannah Headpiece' by Johanna Johnson

Vogue, in 1926

Art Deco Fashion in the was very outrageous and different to before this time period. Women started to dress bolder by showing more skin and men started to shy away from old styles into a more modern suit.

Ascot 1920s

Stock Photo - Clothing Ascot Fashion June 1921 May Cambridge Alvira Anderson and Phyllis Sellick show off the fashions to be seen at the racecourse in 1921

I adore the chunky pearls and the faux fur wrap on this look.

Tea in Paris from the Vogue September Issue. 'Paris, Je T'aime' editorial, styled by Grace Coddington, photographed by Steven Meisel. Vogue US September 2007 Cloches. Can't get enough of them, with pearls.

Esther Ralston - 1926 - Photo by Nickolas Muray

Esther Ralston - 1926 - Photo by Nickolas Muray. Esther Ralston was an American actress whose greatest popularity came during the silent era.

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Come to the Cabaret: A darker diversion

A cabaret dancer wearing a fantastic butterfly costume at the Folies Bergere theatre, Paris, Circa 1910 (click through for a collection of cabaret dancers,

Saidie Sellyna, an actress, singer and dancer in a publicity photo, circa 1911 by an Unidentified photographer. I am doing my best to uncover more information about her. Photo: The Sullivan Family papers, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution, gift of Savina Martin, Dominga Martin and Donna Akiba Sullivan Harper.   .

vintageblackglamour: “Saidie Sellyna, an actress, singer and dancer in a publicity photo, circa 1911 by an Unidentified photographer. Photo: The Sullivan Family papers, Anacostia Community Museum.

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