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Women's Fashion in the 1920s...
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High Heeled- Shoes 1900s: womens fashion in the early 1900s highlighted the silhouette of the mature. full-figured body. low busts and curvy hips were flaunted by the dress styles of the era.
1920s: clothing styles officialy entered the modern era of fashion design . during this decade women began to liberate themselves from constricting clothes for the first time and openly embrace more comfortable styles like pants and shirt skirts The 1920s represented a time of tremendous social change which was reflected in fashion as well. Women short bobs because fashionable as did shorter skirts such as pina fores that would never have been allowed in previous decades. opportunities available to women in the 1920's were nursing, teaching, office and clerical jobs as well as manufacturing
The changing roles of women showed that Americas attitude towards women had changed. it showed that America started to accept women into the society, and allowed them to do roles that they wouldn't have been able to do before. This advertisement shows expansion of women in the consumer market
targeted flappers as consumers.
Flappers wanted to be viewed as independent and worldly women Work Cited:
http://www.d.umn.edu/cla/faculty/tbacig/studproj/is3099/jazzcult/20sjazz/jazzlib.html Picture #5 Hemlines raised quickly. from ankle length to a little below the knee dresses were seen as a "sharp contrast to the Victorian Era."
Waistline began to drop. dresses now contained many different materials, beads, and accessories this hat was made of velvet, satin, horsehair, straw or felt,
-cloche means "bell" in French
-these hats were used to hid a woman's hair -also to be able to tuck her hair in the hat. Picture #4