How do you dress like the 1920s?

I wear dresses and skirts that I have purchased from a thrift store, some of them have been in my parents attic or closet or I find them on ebay. It may look a little bit dated since I’m an early 20th century woman, but I like it. I’ve also added jewelry to my wardrobe for fun and to show off my style, such as bracelets and earrings. In general, I try to wear the colors and styles that are fashionable at the time. I have a lot of different shades to wear, as I have a very wide variety of skin tones and my own personal style. I love to wear different colors of blush and pinkish tans.

I often come across pictures of you wearing very colorful clothing. Do you feel like people have a different attitude when they see you dressed that way?
Jazz Age Flapper Vintage Pre-Roaring Twenties Flapper Woman | Etsy

Maybe they do, maybe they don’t. Personally, I feel more comfortable and more confident in my attire. Maybe it’s because I’m an early 20th century woman, perhaps because I’m more comfortable in something simple and unadorned than I am in some of the more embellished fabrics and accessories that are often found in contemporary styles.

One thing I love about the 1920s, although the clothes that existed back then were a real luxury, the time period is a very important part of our culture today. Even though we have so much more in our culture in terms of freedom, choice, freedom of expression and so forth, it still gives that sense of fun and fun in the 1920s.

What style of dress is best to dress like in the 1920s?

I think the best choice is probably for women to embrace their true style. There are women with more classic or refined styles, who like to wear something formal or elegant in the 1930s or 1940s. I think it’s really just a matter of choosing that style. You don’t necessarily have to look like an icon to be a woman in the 1920s. You can be yourself, dress appropriately, feel comfortable within your own skin and express your style in whatever you choose.

And finally, how do you think your wardrobe would have been dressed during the 1920s?

I don’t think it would have been dressed like the 1950s, but perhaps it would have been dressed like the 1950s dress. I would also have worn more dresses than today, with skirts and dresses. The 1930s was a whole completely different time period. They would always have the long