sydneyflapper: whataboutbobbed: From “The Battle for Bobbed Hair” Photoplay Magazine, June 1924 barber, please give me all of the bobs I see the bob-of-many names (which happens to be my bob) is here the “boyish” bob.
The Charleston dance became extremely popular in the especially with Flappers. The flappers had a beautiful style that was easier portrayed in posters, as their long dresses created movement to represent the Charleston.
Clara Bow, the quintessential "it girl" of fashion. Clara sits in front of the mirror in a flirty pose reading a book, which demonstrates how much freedom women have gained during this time period in dress and in scholarly realms.
Mary Pickford’s tea party interesting group of women.Notice all but one has their ankles demurely crossed and all but one has a hat? She is the one I'd like to meet :) she also seems far more interested in something off camera.
Pola Negri, silent film star, born as Apolonia Chałupiec. She used to date Rudolph Valentino :) When my great-grandmother would comment on a supposedly beautiful woman, she'd say, "She's no Pola Negri".