vintage flapper dress


2015-07-06 15:45:55

The term flapper was more commonly used to describe the 1920s woman who flaunted a rebellious, pleasure-seeking lifestyle. After the dreary war years and the flu pandemic of 1918, young people were ready to embrace life to the fullest. Despite (or because of) Prohibition, drinking became a favorite pastime, along with unchaperoned dating, driving fast cars and staying out late dancing
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2015-07-06 15:45:55

They don't make them like this anymore

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