Women’s Fashion Tips : How to Create a ’20s Costume for Women




Create 1920s women’s costumes, like a flapper costume, by sewing strips of fringe or fabric onto a dress. Make 1920s women’s costumes with tips from a fashion specialist in this free video…

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Women’s Fashion Tips : How to Create a ’20s Costume for Women

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  1. Not even strippers wore that! i would know my great grandmother was "progressive" (she was a stripper) and she wore flappers hers DEFFINATLEY didn't look like that! i have them

  2. I think she's obviously trying to make a costume, but historically speaking, few women were flappers. They were rebellious women who smoked, had bobbed hair, and short skirts. The epitomized the objection of stereotypes but ultimately objectified women as sexual objects.

  3. If you actually LOOK at 1920s fashion, very few women had fringe on their outfits. Dancing girls appearing in shows would have very long fringe w/ very short dresses occasionally, but the average vamp girl looking for a party wouldn't have worn that sort of thing. I know you're not trying to present a historically accurate portrayal of 20s flapper wear (that's obvious), but you could have put some EFFORT into it, like, I dunno, actually WEARING the costume and adding more accessories? One star.

  4. a) flapper is because of a similiarity to butterflies. The mentality was very "live for today", just like butterflies who die in one day.
    b) that is not a flapper dress, that is a mini skirt. Flapper dresses were to the knee or longer. Short pearls also a no no. Actually should be very long string with a knot in them.
    c) for makeup add kohl around the eyes. Think goths but less definition. Make your eyesockets caves.

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