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Transcript of Flapper Era
Women of the 1920's declared freedom from the stereotypical young female.They started this 'revolution' by altering their style of dress as well as whole persona. Their seductive and bold personalities shocked the world around them.
Influence on Modern Fashion
Although crop tops and high waisted shorts were not the ideal fashion, the freedom of expression of dress allowed women for the next eras to come to be their own person.
The Great Gatsbys Perception of the Flapper Era
The flappers were essential to the novel because the Flappers attended all of Gatsby's parties and even one of the main characters, Daisy, had characteristics of the Flapper.
The characteristics of being primiscuous, seductive, and free spirited were prime examples of how the flappers influenced the affairs between Tom, Myrtle, Daisy and Gatsby which ultimatley lead to Gatsbys demise.
Flapper fashion consisted of
- Winged eyeliner
- Skirts above the knee
- Racy red lipstick
- Shoulders showings
- Short hair
- Feathers, Pearls