1920s Style

Have you ever heard of the flapper look or Gatsby style? Well this was the fashion trend back in 1920s where women’s style literally loosened up (unfitted dresses).

From skirts that rose above the ankle (1910), in 1920 the skirts got shorter (knee-length) and corsets came off, drop waist became popular, necklines were usually a “V” shape, fabrics were made from chiffon, light silks, soft velvet, and soft cotton.

I guess we have to be thankful to this era for it started simplicity in a very stylish way.

For a casual look ladies back then would wear something like this:

Model: Charlene

If I were to interpret this era I would style something like this:

Model: Charies


Styled by yours truly

7 thoughts on “1920s Style

  1. I just love the era that when dressing up is a part of manner! Great styling Chia, have you found some of the above clothes or accessories from the vintage store?

    Vivienne X


    • I wish I was part of that era too, Vievienne. Thank you. I found the clothes at a department store. Have seen the potential on that big floral dress and did some non permanent alterations to make it work. 🙂

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  2. Hi, how are you? I’ve been checking my older posts and saw you read it and check up on you but it’s been awhile you don’t have any new post. I hope everything’s fine especially in these tough times! Keep safe!


    • Hello, thank you for checking! Been caught up in work that’s why. This quarantine gave me time to reflect and eventual I’ll continue writing again. I trust you are doing well too! Keep safe!

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