Flapper Sentence Examples
For example, the Fall/Winter 2008 collection is heavily influenced by the flapper look of the roaring 1920s, while the Spring/Summer 2006 Collection is more Three's Company meets the water.
Flapper style prom dresses in black, red or gold look especially authentic.
Again, the changes were not drastic in and of themselves - they certainly could not compare with the outlandish flapper dresses that women sported - but they were certainly easy to distinguish from previous years' styles.
Most of the video is Carrie and other women dancing, first in 20's era Flapper dresses and later in corsets and stockings.
As fashions changed hat pins became unnecessary and by the 1920s the flapper style made them totally useless.Advertisement
A flapper bob, seventies braids, or fifties beehive hairdo can make you the belle of the vintage ball.
The more traditional bob was designed by Vidal Sassoon is the early 1960s and was a soft, yet precise, reinvented version of the flapper style.
In truth, the actual flapper look only lasted about three years, from 1926 to the stock market crash and end of the Jazz Age in 1929.
What a flapper sought to be, more than anything else, was modern.
The flapper look consisted of a loose, shapeless shift dress that skimmed the body and ended at the knees - or, for the especially daring, slightly above the knees.Advertisement
The difference might be in evening headgear, when a flapper would accessorize her very, very short hair with a spangly headband or exotic feathers - something very attention-getting.
Two of a flapper's most important accessories were her cigarette box and holder.
It had only recently become acceptable for women to smoke - and many people still didn't like to see it - and a flapper not only smoked, but looked great doing it.
One of the distinctive, if not often discussed, aspects of women's flapper fashion is how it leveled the societal playing field.
But the simplicity of the flapper dress meant that a good home seamstress could make herself a beautiful dress that didn't look homemade.Advertisement
This leveling of society might not have been appreciated by those on the top, but even women who were not strictly flappers thought well of aspects of women's flapper fashions.
It held up for a long time, so a flapper could enjoy a sporty season and not worry about needing to replace her clothes or fret that they'd rip.
Flappers wanted to move - that's another key to women's flapper fashions, they were all about movement.
By the mid-1920s, the flapper look was in full swing. 1920s women's fashions were straight, loose and emphasized a boyish silhouette.
This was important because during the 1920's, large numbers of women abandoned the confining corsets; thus was born the flapper, who scandalized the previously staid fashion scene with her short skirts, bobbed hair and decadent lifestyle.Advertisement
The Flapper Girls made the party circuit sporting a spunky kind of beauty.
Along with the short bobs and flapper dresses, Flapper Girls popularized boyish physiques.
In vintage we have full- and half-slips, flapper bras, deadstock panties, garters, girdles, bras, vintage deadstock hosiery, cami-knickers, nightgowns, peignoir, dressing gowns and accessories.
The idea of the flapper with skirts above the knee and stockings rolled down was really only part of the popular culture from 1926 to 1928 - stocking tops were mostly always hidden.
Top bait is peeler crab on a three-hook flapper rig armed with size 1 hooks.Advertisement
The emancipation of women led to dramatic changes in fashion compare, for example, the Edwardian bustle with the 1920s flapper dress.
We had trotted out mackerel flapper baits behind the boat, suspended on balloons.
Flapper style prom dresses evoke the roaring 1920s era and will have you looking like a vintage vixen at your prom.
A flapper dress usually involves a lot of beading and sequins and a hefty dose of fringe.
A flapper bob is sharp, sexy and playful all at once.
When we think of 1920s clothing, what we usually visualize is women's flapper fashion.