“Flamin’ Hot Lace”
Wasn’t it Flappers’ dress for the 1920s that introduced the popular trend towards the cut? No – it was actually a new design for the 1920s. The new design featured three different cut lengths and came in a large variety of colours, which was an attempt to appeal to all the different women of the day. The cut was the same but the fabric was more likely to have embroidery or other embellishment over the top.
The new style came to Britain in 1921, but it had a little over a decade to live because after the war the designers in the Flapper’s dress industry had to fight to keep the flapper tradition alive. That’s because the designers could not sell their products if they copied the clothes of the past. In the 1950s the designers had to develop their own products which would offer the same appeal of the old styles but with new designs.
What makes a Flapper dress?
It’s important to identify why you want to wear a Flapper dress. If you want the look of an elegant and elegant young woman then a Flapper dress has got to be very important to you. If you want that look where there is no fuss and where every detail is very clearly seen then a flapper dress isn’t suitable. If you are a young woman who wants to look sophisticated then a Flapper dress is a great choice.
The Flapper dress is usually a slim fit cut that is very flattering and very flattering to the figure. It’s the perfect type of dress to wear at work and in the evenings, but if you tend to wear the same dress every day then a Flapper dress would suit you just fine. There isn’t a Flapper style that isn’t suited to a woman of your own age and style.
Can you make a Flapper dress?
When you buy a Flapper dress you are buying some quality and you can expect a very high level of quality on the pieces. If you want to get the same style as the one you see on the fashion show catwalk then you can.
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What about the cost?
A Flapper dress costs around £20 – £25 when compared with other dresses on the market.
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