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Roaring Twenties

Flapper reading newspaper, with cigarette and showing some leg. One of a collection of erotic indoor studies (probably French). In the

You can't repeat the past. - Imgur

You can't repeat the past.

tho dewdropper and giggle water are officially going to be used by me now

Danani | Art Nouveau Flapper Headband - Style #109 in Silver | David Newkirk Photography

Art Nouveau Flapper Headband in Silver- Style #109

Silver Nouveau Flapper Hairpiece *This piece is made to order* Stunning dainty glass rhinestone strands cross your forehead to meet a large vintage

Olive Borden, Hollywood's "Joy Girl"

Olive Borden (July 1906 – October was an American actress in film and stage actress who began her career during the silent film era. Nicknamed "The Joy Girl", Borden was known for her jet-black hair and overall beauty.

This is an image of "flappers" doing the Charleston in 1924. This was a popular dance during this point in time. Pop culture- the Charleston became a common dance among young men and women in the 1920s. People were having a good time going to clubs and drinking alcohol, shopping and living the “high life”. Also, the 1920s was known as the “jazz age” gramophones often played jazz music that was what people did the Charleston dance to.

The Charleston dance became extremely popular in the especially with Flappers. The flappers had a beautiful style that was easier portrayed in posters, as their long dresses created movement to represent the Charleston.

Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald (1900-1948), born in Montgomery, Alabama, was an American novelist and the wife of writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. She was an icon of the 1920s—dubbed by her husband "the first American Flapper." After the success of his first novel, This Side of Paradise (1920), the Fitzgerald's became celebrities.

Zelda Fitzgerald (Born Alabama, American novelist and the wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald, who dubbed her "the first American Flapper." After the success of 'This Side of Paradise' the Fitzgerald's became icons of the Jazz Age.

Flapper-A young woman, especially one in the 1920s who showed disdain for conventional dress and behavior.

Flapper from the with a bold feather headpiece. Inspiration for your costume for a Gatsby theme party!

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