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1920s Fashion; Great Gatsby

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Natalie Siciliano

on 5 June 2014

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Transcript of 1920s Fashion; Great Gatsby

Fashion in the 1920's
Fitzgerald described the ideal flapper as
"lovely, expensive, and about nineteen."
"One of the more significant developments of the decade was
fashion
"
Conclusion
The 1920s to this day is still one of the most influential time periods to the fashion industry
Men's Fashion
F. Scott Fitzgerald described the ideal flapper as
"lovely, expensive, and about nineteen."
Fashion of the 1920's
Fashion has finally entered the modern era during this period, where women had abandoned the most restricting elements of their clothes. Men also left behind daily formal attire, leaving for more comfortable sportswear.
The 1920's were a very distinct period in fashion history.
By: Vicky Pham & Natalie Siciliano
The Great Gatsby
Women's Fashion
Fabulous and fancy
flapper
evening dresses shown from designer sketches.
5 stylish young women sporting the latest fashions from the mid 1920's
Stereotypical
flapper
fashion, mostly seen in TV & Movies during the 20s
The 'garconne' look
Various styles from the 20's
Everyday look for women
SPORTS
MUSIC
SUIT AND TIES
Tight fit
Sloped Shoulders
Shorter
Longer
Lapels
Frock coats
Tail coats
Double breasted vest
Single breasted jacket
Hats
Upper class men
Top hat
Homburg hat
Middle class men
Bowler hat
Fedora hat
Trilby hat
Summer Hats
Skimmers
Boaters
Working Men
Newsboy Cap
Flat Cap
Trousers
Knickerbockers
Oxford Bags
Shoes
Two toned shoes
Oxford shoes
Wingtips shoes
Major Influences
The roaring 20s really embraced the livelier style that were evidently shown through their clothing as well as adopting to new styles in both male and female fashion
Bibliography
http://www.1920s-fashion-and-music.com/1920s-mens-fashion.html
http://mens-fashion.lovetoknow.com/Men's_Fashion_in_the_1920s
http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/20sclothes.html
http://history1900s.about.com/od/1920s/a/flappers.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1920s_in_Western_fashion
http://www.uvm.edu/landscape/dating/clothing_and_hair/1920s_clothing_women.php
Bow ties
Knit ties
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