“Robe de Style,” 1927 Jeanne Lanvin Entitled “Robe de Style,” this dress is made of egg shell moiré, crystal beads, and pearls. Worn by Mrs. Charles S. Dewey when presented to the Court of Saint James in
Men wore suits that still had not changed that much. Later in the decade, men wore colored suits with large checks or prints on them. 3 inch ties were created by Ralph Lauren in 1967 and became popular.