Before World War I, women wore their hair long, had ankle length dresses, and long cotton stockings. In the twenties, they wore short, tight dresses, and rolled their silk stockings down to their knees. They wore flashy lipstick and other cosmetics. Eventually, women were even granted the right to vote with the passing of the 19th Amendment... displayed 300 characters
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It was up to this time period that women were not seen as an important aspect in American society. As if rebelling from the previous position of practically non-existence, women changed their clothing, their fashion, and even cut their hair shorter into bobs which were very similar to the style of men... displayed next 300 characters
Casual wear included turtlenecks, stovepipe pants, and polyester sport coats. Winkle picker shoes and chelsea boots (Beatle boots) were fashionable. Men's hair became longer and wider but was still slicked back with oil and gel...
The milk maid style is very popular. The women would sometimes were dresses with aprons over them. The aprons were not like the ones we have today. Instead they are very intricate with designs and come in many colors...
"The stockings were hung by the chimney with care
In hopes that Saint Nicholas soon would be there"
There was a kindly nobleman whose wife had died of an illness leaving the nobleman and his three daughters in despair...
(The Jazz Age-America
Still in the nineteen twenties, jazz was going through
difficult and harsh moments. Still in that time period, jazz wasn't allowed
to be played in many public places the only places that they had a chance
of playing were in basements and dwellers...
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