The key to 1920s women’s fashion was femininity and grace, but without the curves we often see today. A slender and flat chested silhouette was the key objective for women in this era, and large busts could actually be flattened with the help of early bras that were created. Most people actually tend to think of the 1920′s style as the Flapper Look.
The 1920s man will be best characterized by Prohibition and the 3-piece suits that were favored by both the FBI and gangsters like Al Capone himself. Trends started during this time for men with the fedoras, two tone brogue shoes, and bow-ties.
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*Tickets are limited for VIP and advanced sales end Friday, March 22, 2013, 6pm. General Admission at the door will be $40/person.