In the 1920s, women shed the long, restrictive garments of the decade before and embraced more boyish looks. They bobbed their hair and wore short, loose dresses and crazy patterned stockings. Prohibition may have outlawed alcohol, but that did not stop people from having a good time. Jazz, the Charleston, and speakeasies were all the rage. Read about the fashions, fads, pop culture icons, and world events of the 1920s.
The cloche hat also had its own secret code. Pay attention to the styles with ribbons. If there was a bow, it meant the wearer was single
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You might know someone who is very girly. She probably likes ribbons and flowers and a more romantic style of dress. You also probably know someone who is a tomboy. She prefers a boyish way of dressing. The 1920s had both. There was a traditional feminine style and a modern boyish one. Women chose the style that suited them best. But feminine and boyish styles in the 1920s were much different from today’s fashion.