THE LIGHT, STRAIGHT CUT OF THE 1920S

To get an idea of the fashion of the 20s, just watch the movie The Exchange released in 2008. We’re particularly interested in Angelina Jolie’s costumes. Marion Cotillard in the film Midnight in Paris also wears a sublime evening dress inspired by the 1920s.

PECULIARITY OF FASHION DURING THE ROARING TWENTIES

The spirit of the 1920s allowed designers to modify their collections. Nowadays, women of the time like to wear dresses with straight and very feminine cuts. The creations allowed women to wear dresses with geometrical lines softened thanks to fluid and delicate fabrics. The fashion of the 20’s is a mix of the desire to remain feminine while enjoying great comfort.

The straight and light cut that became fashionable during the Roaring Twenties asserted the desire for freedom. As for haircuts, the 20s marked the appearance of short, boyish hair. These innovative haircuts are very different from those of boys.

STRAIGHT AND LIGHT DRESS MODEL INSPIRED BY THE TWENTIES

Modern designers are still inspired by the designs of the Roaring Twenties, especially dresses with a straight, light cut typical of that era. For example, to change your look you can wear a silk dress whose creation evokes the desire to simplify women’s outfits. This outfit benefits from simple lines, with a supple and elegant fabric. The dress allows to assert one’s femininity.

By deliberately adding a transparent and delicate chiffon, this dress inspired by the 20’s allows to express modern femininity. Thanks to the play of transparency of the silk, one benefits from a dress that is both short and long.

HAIRSTYLING IN THE 20’S

The 1920s were a period that underwent radical and irreversible transformations. Also known as the Roaring Twenties, the 1920s marked the beginning of major transformations in various fields such as clothing, lifestyle, make-up, mentalities and even hairdressing. Hairdressing is inseparable from the desire for change.

In the 1900s, the fashionable hairstyle was voluminous hairstyles with a bun formed at the top of the head. Short hair was part of the revolutionary fashion of the Roaring Twenties. Short-haired hairstyles were mostly worn by younger women. The hairstyles of the 1900s and 1910s were adopted by older women.

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