The origin of flapper dress was from clamoring early 1920’s, specially soon after World War I when the women stove harder for their consignment to a liberal position in society and brought up an enormous change in terms of fashion and style.
FEATURING A FLAPPER DRESS
A flapper dress is characterized as a dress with hemline up to the knee level or even the thighs. Its fabric is light and flowing, floats around easily, with much draping fringes and frills especially around the hemlines which gives it a total swish chic ultra-modern look. It’s usually a straight piece of cloth from top to hemline and wide through the waistline.
WHATS IN THE MARKET
A variety of flapper dresses are available in markets.
- The vintage styled straight flapper dress with unequal hemline, less exposing your body posture. If it’s plain with no work on it, you can add a sparkling belt up on your waistline.
- Another formerly worn version of flapper dress is with a beautiful as well as heavy work of beads on it making it more sliding over the body look.
- A flapper dress with drapes drooping from waistline to the hemline gives you a typical flapper look.
- The fringes starting from neck to the hemline gives an adorable whirligig look to the dress.
- The frills down on the hemline or parallel layered up frills starting from below the shoulders to the hemline on a strapless dress is yet another style of flapper dress.
FLAPPING AROUND PARTIES IS GOOD
Flapper dress looks great to have it on in a glamorous fancy show party or when you want to swirl in a dance party. It can be put on when going for a prom night with some sparkly bold colors. Elegant styles are available to sport in a fashion events or concerts.