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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.

Diane of the Follies (1916)

Mary Pickford, who was also the co-founder of United Artists studios and one of the 36 founding members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

"The Golden Twenties" - inspiration images, fashion photography, ellen von unwerth, 1920's fashion

Rose Cordero

Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for Tush Magazine’s summer issue the Adore Me editorial stars the vivacious Rose Cordero.

The early 20th century has the reputation of embracing curvier women, with the supposed "American Venus" based on Miss America 1926's silhouette measured a thin 34, 26.5, 37.5. That's still rather thin, but it's nothing compared to what would come.

Ideal American Venus, 1926 - Miss America ( Vintage Body Image / Illustration / ) Hopefully someday this nonsense will stop and women can see themselves as beautiful!

Boop boop a doo.

This is a sheer overdress with beaded embroidery color illustration painting black dress pink purple embroidery flapper gatsby

Charleston Dancers in Fringed Skirts Wearing Rhinestone-Trimmed Pumps and Strapped Sandals by Nina Leen

Charleston Dancers in Fringed Skirts Wearing Rhinestone-Trimmed Pumps and Strapped Sandals Reproduction photographique par Nina Leen sur AllPosters.

Dancing, 1920s

The Charleston was a kind of dance popular in he It was also a song composed in the

1920s Getty archives

Garden Party Wear ca Dresses were made to fit close to the body in order to emphasize youthful elegance.

Mack Sennett Bathing beauties, 1920s

Connie Dawn, Betty Byrd, Thelma Parr, Nancy Hellman, Marion MacDonald - Mack Sennett bathing beauties as “sirens of the sea.

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