It’s 1927 and Hollywood is at it’s finest. Starlets are wearing plenty of fringe and fur, headbands, hats, and gloves are everyday accessories. Why can’t Hollywood be this way again?
Singing in the Rain, stars Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor, and Debbie Reynolds. My dance class got to watch this and instantly, I was inspired by the dance and style of dress.
|A true lady wears her hat, scarf, and trench coat while driving.
|Flapper style dresses with loose silhouettes, fringe, sparkle, and bows are all the rage in the party scene.|
|To continue the notion of the loose silhouettes, sheer, flowing material is ideal for any sort of dancing and looks lovely on stage and on screen.|
|And for the down days, a simple pleated skirt is paired with a quirky sweater.|
|Breaking apart from the flapper silhouette, comes a straight and bell shape.|
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