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1920s flapper with amazing cloche hat.  Is that you @Lisa?

Art Deco cloche hat with floral decoration. A Cloche Hat is a small, close-fitting hat with a small or large brim turned down around the face. It was popular during the similar to the popularity of the bob hairstyle.

a love where you can do this no matter how old you get <3 and still be hot for each other.

Do you know how to make a romantic kiss? Or Kiss your lover gently? Just check out these vintage French postcards to see how to kiss romanti.

Paris Fashions, 1924 by Topical Press Agency on Getty Images

Paris Fashions, 1924 by Topical Press Agency on Getty Images

Amazing collared coat!

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Brigitte Helm

mapetitemelancolie: Brigitte Helm in L'Argent/Money, 1928 Brigitte Helm inL’Argent/Money , dir. Marcel L’Herbier

HISTORICAL DRESSES FOR 1920s PARTY

Maisie Dobbs would wear this :Dress, Elizabeth Bertch, Youngstown, OH, ca. Gray silk crepe embroidered with geometric pat

Green silk charmeuse evening gown with metallic thread embroidery and pearl beadwork (back), by Callot Soeurs, French, c. 1928.

Green silk charmeuse evening gown with metallic thread embroidery and pearl beadwork (back), by Callot Soeurs, French, c. via chicago history museum

Madeleine Vionnet Dress, 1922 Silk crepe georgette with lamé edging. Arizona Costume Institute . Vionnet, a genius seamstress who built her dresses from the ground up so to speak, by cutting fabric on the bias, directly on her models. The final look was a unique feminine drape which heralded a new look that emphasized freedom of movement and femininity. Even with the popular garcon look [ flat chested and tubular ] the Vionnet dress was unmistakably feminine.

Madeleine Vionnet Dress, 1922 Silk crepe georgette with lamé edging. Arizona Costume Institute . Vionnet, a genius seamstress who built her dresses from the ground up so to speak, by cutting fabric on the bias, directly on her models. The final look was a unique feminine drape which heralded a new look that emphasized freedom of movement and femininity. Even with the popular garcon look [ flat chested and tubular ] the Vionnet dress was unmistakably feminine.

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