Friday, June 24, 2011

Fashion Friday: 1920's Inspired Fashion





I was looking on Shopstyle.co.uk the other day and was shocked at how many things I found that are reminiscent of days gone by! So for the next few weeks, I'll be doing decade themed Fashion Friday posts, starting with the 1920's!


The 1920's were an exciting time for fashion. Women ditched their corsets, raised their hemlines, cut their hair and though things were still sparkly, furry and glitzy, they embraced a more casual approach to daily dressing. Love it! Some trends of the time include fringed dresses, drop wasted dresses, cloche hats, bobbed hairstyles, art deco inspired jewelry & designs and long pearl necklaces!


The following are all looks that I put together with pieces that are available now! Enjoy!

















































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  1. I LOVE these looks, super cute and versatile!

    xoxo www.mystylevita.com

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  2. Good job putting those sets together, I especially love the shoes. Did you catch Midnight in Paris? If you like these clothes it's a must see!

    http://fashionandhistrionics.blogspot.com/

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  3. I couldn't get the pictures to load, except the first one. I think this is a great segment, however! I would recommend you do 2 for the 60s as there was the 1960-1964 look which is very different than the late 60s with all the changes and mod!!

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  4. I love the 20's and you put together such great looks! Happy Friday :)

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  5. Hey honey!!! Great post...one of my favorite decades! Can you add the link back to the hop so others can join in? Thanks so much! Have a great weekend doll. Kori xoxo

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