American Fashion In The 1920s And Early 1930'S

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American History

 

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Cynthia D

 

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October 9, 2011

 

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People found their prior sedentary life boring and had little desire to return to it. To fit into the pattern of this new version of the good life, fashions became more informal and less complicated. Feminine liberation found freedom in discarding the corset. For the first time in centuries the women's legs were exposed and freed for mobility and action...
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For the first time in centuries the women's legs were exposed and freed for mobility and action. To gain equality with men and to resemble them, women flattened their breasts and hips and cut their hair. The 1920s bob and boyish deal were the period's own version of unisex. In the 1920s motion pictures exerted an ever-increasing impact on the American scene...
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