Dating in the 1920 s

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The flapper also wore and did what she want, because she was able to. The Flappers’ image consisted of drastic changes in women’s clothing and hair.

The 1920's was very successful for the women's movement, because it gave them a voice in society, and they started to create their own social group. The Flapper attitude was characterized by truthfulness, fast-living, and sexual behavior.

Through Their Eyes : Throughout the previous decade leading up to the 20's, women were treated very cruel, and had no rights, but after World War One, they had their chance to break free from society's normal structure.They dropped layers of clothing, chopped their hair, wore make-up, created the concept of dating, and became a sexual person.They created what many consider the “modern” woman.The Jazz Age; The Roaring Twenties; whatever one calls the 1920s, they were characterized by the music, the dancing, the fast cars, and most importantly, for the fashion buff, the "flapper".Although a wider variety of fashions were worn by women at this time, the 1920s have become synonymous with the image of the short-haired flapper in the straight, waistless dress twirling her long strands of beads.

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