Flapper dresses are a hot topic in the party dress circuit this holiday season. Drop-waists, dramatic beading, sultry colors, and layers of jewelry are key elements of the look.
1920s dresses were purposely shaped to hide womanly curves. So, it doesn’t matter what body shape you are. The right straight-waisted dress will give you the 1920s boyish figure you need to pull off the look.
Throw away your pushup bra for this look, you want a flat chest or uni-bust look, no cleavage, no lifting or separating the boobies here. Let your decolletage be the star of the show instead.
The dress does have a deed of gift, but we are unsure of when the dress was worn or who may have worn it. Nevertheless, this dress represents an era of freedom and change for women that began in the 1920s.
These glam dresses can be flattering and eye-catching on a variety of body types and their usually-modest lengths make them appropriate for multiple occasions. So we say, go for it! If you need a little more Boardwalk Empire style in your own life, here's one way to wear this look to a party!
"Beauty is like balancing a diamond on a blade of grass" . Flapper dresses were sleeveless, with fringes that swayed with the wearer's every movement, and hemlines climbed throughout the decades. The style replaced the hourglass ideal with a vertical, tubelike silhouette.