Flappers, Jazz music, bobbed haircuts and short skirts: the 1920s are characterized by cultural change and rebellion, especially for women. With the end of a world war and the right to vote in full effect, this roaring decade would challenge the previous conventions of women's roles and the fashion of the era certainly reflected these changes.
Chanel black flapper dress via Sewing For My Soul.
Wantington style no. [D021]- Sheer deco-inspired black beaded dress.
Icons like Coco Chanel and Josephine Baker were redefining the way women dressed with concepts like the little black dress, Art deco prints and dresses that had movement for dancing!
Wantington style no. [D068]- Flapper-inspired silk dress.
For the first time, we are seeing more sheer, transparent materials often adorned with glass beads and silk fringes.
Fringe dress in German Vogue via Fashionising
Wantington style no. [D057]- Rare 1920s Flapper Dress
1920s women brought about a new level of creativity, independence and attitude and so too did their fashion!
1920s Fashion Sketch via Pop Culture & Fashion Magic.