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Who else watched The Great Gatsby last year and was in awe over the fashion? Flapper dresses, high heels, short hair, pin curls, elegant evening wear, cloche hats, and some seriously insane jewelry--what’s not to love? It was effortless elegance.
Welcome, ladies to the 1920's.
We all have the twenties to thank for a major shift in fashion. Until then, women's fashion had been characterized by restrictive corsets and layers of fabric that fell to the floor, went up to the chin, and covered the wrists. Audacious women, like Coco Chanel, came along and challenged the norms. Chanel said, "In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different." And undoubtedly, she was both. Her ideas about fashion paved the way for the sportswear-inspired and casual chic styles of the twenties.Read the full post >
Downton is back! Just a few weeks ago, the British drama captivated us (yet again!) with the story of the Crawley family. This time with even more wit, plot twists, and Maggie Smith's infamous quips. The series begins at the dawn of a new era: the 1920's. Society, ideas, and even fashions start to change dramatically during this period.
Instead of wearing more restrictive styles and corsets from the Edwardian period, the Crawley ladies embrace looser silhouettes and styles of the jazz-age. Raised hemlines, drop waists, and perfectly finger waved hair, make their appearance for the first time at the Abbey. While Cora and Lady Mary stick to conservative trends at beginning of the series, Edith however, isn't afraid to show off her fashion forward frocks and dazzling accessories! Check out Edith's flair:
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