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1 Fashion in the 1920's – 1929 By,Teonna jones

2 When was fashion first discovered Fashion wasn't invented, it has always been around; when the first caveman was alive he created a fashion and its been around ever since. as the first written about people's clothing which indicate that fashions in the forms of jewelry, better fabrics, elaborate hair styles, body painting and particular cuts of clothing and were already widespread in human societies. Indeed, the ornamentation goes back at least as far as the present day species, and possibly farther: shells have been found in the graves of earlier peoples graves in formations that indicate that they were worn as necklaces and bracelets during life. Whether this was mere fashion or portable wealth or both, it is clear that fashion has been around for a very long time.

3 1920s dresses redefined femininity and made fashion modern. Their dressing was concerned. Fashion in the 1920's varied in different periods but one could see a notable change happening then. This was The1920s were a period that gave women certain liberation as far as the time when the1920's clothing was entering a new era, silhouettes were changing and so were the thoughts of most women. The 1920's clothing became more comfortable for women. This was the time when women began wearing short skirts (up to the knees) had a great time flaunting such skirts. The early period of the 1920's saw a more conservative style towards clothing that became more flamboyant later on. This kind of liberation for women brought about a completely new identity, especially in terms of their clothing. Art also had a great influence over the 1920's clothing. Geometric forms and shapes were, improvised in the designs as well Calf length and knee length dresses also gained prominence in fashion of the twenties. The 1920's fashion also gave birth to the term- flapper fashion. fashion referred to women who showed a bold attitude and loved to jazz up their looks. Flapper has represented women who adorned short skirts and loved to use a lot of make up.

4 Music The jazz recordings were often called race records, where they were sold and played only in the black neighborhoods of large cities like New York and Chicago and now were starting to be played in the white neighborhoods. Controversial throughout its history, jazz was America's first contribution to the music world. In addition, it all got started in the 1920s. Women who wore flapper dresses to music concerts loved to show off there strong leg and nice dress. The style allowed an enough skin (in just the right places) to attract the attention of the right boys. Obviously, fashion has changed, as it keeps on changing. It changes because the designers ideas keep on changing and people have many different ideas in fashion, fashion changes to indicate of how society or culture changes and evolves. Therefore, we believe our clothing and style changes as we change, as technology becomes more advanced, and as our attitudes change as a society.

5 Why is fashion so important Obviously, fashion has changed, as it keeps on changing. It changes because the designers ideas keep on changing and people have many different ideas in fashion, fashion changes to indicate of how society or culture changes and evolves. Therefore, we believe our clothing and style changes as we change, as technology becomes more advanced, and as our attitudes change as a society. World events and trends also inspire the clothes we wear beautiful young woman to dance really express herself, while the dress exposed just – in the 1970s, the hippy movement certainly sparked a fashion style. As I was growing up in the 90s, many different things influenced me, and the way fashion change highlights our changing economy and environment. For example, the rise of clothes swapping and sustainable, recyclable fashion has no doubt been sparked by the economic troubles of recent years, and our growing awareness of the fragility of the environment around us.

6 Flapper dress World events and trends also inspire the clothes we wear beautiful young woman to dance really express herself, while the dress exposed just – in the 1970s, the hippy movement certainly sparked a fashion style. the way fashion change highlights our changing economy and environment. For example, the rise of clothes swapping and sustainable, recyclable fashion has no doubt been sparked by the economic troubles of recent years, and our growing awareness of the fragility of the environment around us. Such women were also seen sporting short hair as well not so great. This look was more about appearing boyish rather than looking feminine. Dresses were also incorporated in the 1920's clothing and this became a mark of flapper fashion. Women wore loose dresses that had straight silhouettes. These dresses flowed down to the ankles. Sometimes, loose skirts were also worn up to the knees that allowed a flash of leg! Bold make up and plucked eyebrows were considered to be a mark of the flapper woman. Flapper dresses became very popular as a 1920s clothing item. These were like a trademark feature of the flapper culture. Flapper dresses were based on a straight silhouette and were loose overall.

7 Flapper dresses

8 Fashion today The silhouettes were simple, and since women wore their hair short, the look was often a little manly. Sporting so much skin was also a new fashion trend for women during the 1920s. Women by now had many corsets and other such forms of fashionable clothing that restricted their movement. The little black dress was popularized in the 1920s by creative fashion designer Coco Chanel that only made things simpler for young women! Chanel's main objective was to create dresses that were neutral in color and comfortable to wear. She believed black was elegant and made it a style statement. Her image of a woman was always simple and elegant, without any loud colors. Today, the flapper dresses are, slated to be back in fashion. In fact, these have already made an appearance on the red carpet! The current designs are all about looking and feeling good. Fringes are a part of flapper dresses. The recent designs are all based on mini dresses with fringes that give a swing when a woman walks. Besides, many patterns are more intricate in their detailing with the use of embellishments. These dresses are even studded with sequins and stones as per individual tastes. Elegance personified, these flapper dresses are definitely making a comeback to suit women no matter the shape of the body! The jazz recordings were often called race records, where they were sold and played only in the black neighborhoods of large cities like New York and Chicago and now were starting to be played in the white neighborhoods. Controversial throughout its history, jazz was America's first contribution to the music world. In addition, it all got started in the 1920s. Women who wore flapper dresses to music concerts loved to show off there strong leg and nice dress. The style allowed an enough skin (in just the right places) to attract the attention of the right boys.

9 Work cited "Nike Women's Blazer Sneakers." Sneaker head. Sneaker head, Web. 21 Feb pastry." freshly baked pastries. Jessica Jarrell, Web. 1 Mar "Pastry cloth's." pastry. Vanessa and Angela Simmons, Web. 1 Mar "Fashion Week: Runway Music." NPR. By Neda Ulaby, March 7, Web. 7http://www.sneakerhead.com/native-shoes-men.htmlhttp://www.lovepastry.com/Freshly-Baked-/Sire-Neon/Tangerine/prod_901.htmlhttp://www.lovepastry.com/clothes-/cat_68.html Mood cloth's." women's dresses. Crowd Interactive, Copyright © Web. 15 Mar http://www.modcloth.com/store/ModCloth/Womens/Dresses/Party?utm_source=goo gle&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=dresses%20for%20prom&utm_campaign=Prom& mkwid=swbFXq3zv&pcrid=


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