Vintage flapper dress

Step back in time with our collection of elegant vintage flapper dresses. Channel the iconic style of the 1920s and make a statement with a timeless look that never goes out of fashion.
Constance Talmage Actresses, Historical Fashion, Old Portraits, Victorian Dress, Fashion Design, 1920s Fashion, Fashion Decades, 1920s Actresses, Hollywood Celebrities

I love the movie star flappers! I can't say enough about the fantastic Clara Bow, Louise Brooks and Joan Crawford, not to mention slightly lesser cinema flappers, but right now, Constance Talmadge is the flapper of my dreams! F. Scott Fitzgerald described her as "the deft princess of lingerie and love...the flapper de luxe." The "Flapper De Luxe" While many movie flappers had a rebellious streak and maybe something to prove, Connie just seemed fun. She was frothy, sophisticated and oh-so…

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Debra Alexander
Vintage Fashion, Vintage, Fashion, 20s Fashion, Moda, Vintage Outfits, Costume Design, 1920s Dress, 1920s

NPR's Susan Stamberg takes a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where an exhibition tracks the evolution of the American woman through her sartorial choices — from the corset-bound 19th century ladies who curtsied in imported gowns, to the sirens who lit up the silver screen in slinky ensembles during the 1930s.

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Mayra Soares
Flappers who were women in the 1920s that engaged in the city nightlife. They broke all kinds of beauty standards. They showed their ankles and knees. They cut their hair in short man-like bobs and wore makeup. Women like flappers gained a boost of confidence, so they could now enjoy the activities they wanted to participate in. Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, french fashion designer, popularized the new look not only in France but America as well. Jazz, Vintage Photos, Roaring Twenties, 20s Fashion, Dance, Burlesque, Swing Dance, Roaring 20s, Flapper Girl

Flappers who were women in the 1920s that engaged in the city nightlife. They broke all kinds of beauty standards. They showed their ankles and knees. They cut their hair in short man-like bobs and wore makeup. Women like flappers gained a boost of confidence, so they could now enjoy the activities they wanted to participate in. Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, french fashion designer, popularized the new look not only in France but America as well.

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Tessa Spears
Look After Me:Washable,Machine wash,Wet and Dry Cleaning; Gender:Women's; What's in the box:Dress; Types:Cocktail Dress,Flapper Dress; Style:Vintage Dress,Roaring 20s,1920s; Elasticity:Micro-elastic; Occasion:Party; Material:Polyester; Characters:The Great Gatsby; Design:Sequins; Listing Date:01/03/2023; Clothing Hips:; Length:; Bust:; Waist: Cosplay, Gatsby, Flapper Dress, 1920s Dress, 1920s Vintage Dresses, Vintage Costumes, Party Dress, Vintage Dresses, Sequin Costume

Look After Me:Washable,Machine wash,Wet and Dry Cleaning; Gender:Women's; What's in the box:Dress; Types:Cocktail Dress,Flapper Dress; Style:Vintage Dress,Roaring 20s,1920s; Elasticity:Micro-elastic; Occasion:Party; Material:Polyester; Characters:The Great Gatsby; Design:Sequins; Listing Date:01/03/2023; Clothing Hips:; Length:; Bust:; Waist:

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