Fashion in the 1920's Essay

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If we didn’t have fashion then a lot of people wouldn’t have jobs because there are a whole bunch of fashion designers out there, also all of the celebrities wouldn’t have name brand clothing because there would be no way to make them because we wouldn’t have designers. Fashion of the 1920’s played a very big role in today’s fashion. Including the material our clothing is made out of also the styles of clothing we wear. Many things women wear today first came from fashion in the 1920's. Flappers, shoe styles, and accessories are a few things that we wear today have came from. Many celebrities still wear some things that people wore in the 1920's including flappers. Have you ever wondered what the amazing fashion of the 1920's was like? …show more content…
Fashion in the early 1920’s was different than fashion in the late 1920’s. The early 1920’s meant long dresses, feminine, not showy. But the late 1920’s meant short, rebellious, and very showy.
Designers had more freedom expressed clothing including no corsets. Bright colors expressed that they were happy because the war was over.After a while daywear started to look like eveningwear. Very popular accessories included hats, headbands, combs, hose, evening bags, gloves, boas/furs, fans, pearls, cigarette holders, velvet and fringe, robes/scarves, and makeup.Many things were different in the 1920’s like loose-fitting clothing. Also dropped and loose waistlines, shorter hems on some styles of dresses. Many women also wore loose fitting pants and had a long, skinny, flat chested styles. Overall women’s appearance was masculine while also being feminine. I think the fashion of the 1920’s was very wonderful not only because they had gorgeous dresses but because women’s fashion was also masculine therefore they could wear pant while still making them look feminine.
Many different kinds of fabrics were made in the 1920’s. In 1891 artificial silk was created in France from a cellulose fiber. In 1910 the first American plant began producing the new synthetic silk. In 1923 the

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