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The roaring 20s were an exciting time in U.S. history, and this was the decade when the Charleston was first introduced (1924). The rhythm quickly became the most popular dance of the 1920s. The Charleston craze exploded nationwide after it was performed on the Broadway stage. Fashionable young women who danced the Charleston were known as “Flappers.”
Women had won the right to vote, World War 1 had ended and prosperity was booming. Times and attitudes were changing, and female independence was on the rise. This gave way to sassy bobbed hairstyles, more streamlined dresses with shorter hemlines (to the knees), bold makeup and a tiny bit of a naughty attitude.
1920s Flapper dresses were quite the head-turning frocks of the moment, and several key accessories pulled the look altogether. Designer Coco Chanel influenced the Flapper fashion phenomena with her miles of pearls and dresses made in neutral shades like cream, beige, sand, navy and black. Continue reading “1920s Flapper Dresses” »
Your attire is one of the ways youÂ represent yourself in the world. With a properly selected outfit, you can establish new business connections, amaze the boyfriend, or make a good impression on parents in law. Powerful stuff!
Sometimes, the choice of the appropriate clothes may be maddening as you try to find something Â which fits your figure, the style, and will be appropriate for a certain event. Continue reading “How To Dress For Any Occasion” »
Shopping for a friend who has a fetish for shoes? As exciting as it may sound, this could be quite taxing especially if you arenâ€™t a shoe fan yourself. And if you decide to scourge the internet for your rescue, you will be all the more confused with different blogs suggesting completely different things. Here we have compiled a list of gifts which will please every kind of shoe lover. Continue reading “The Ultimate Gift Guide 2017 for Shoe Lovers” »
After all the unpleasantness last year, let’s all agree to make the theme of 2017 LOVE. And what better day to embody love than Valentine’s?
Valentine’s is one of my favorite holidays: it’s a free pass to dress up, go to a restaurant, eat chocolate, and the associated color is RED – a personal favorite. Continue reading “Valentine’s Day 2017 Style Wishlist” »