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After the war women went through lots of work and commotion Women were always stressed out until the war was put to an end The 20s became the generation of fun free and musical times The 1920s became the time of the famous Charleston and Flapper girl Everyone forgot about the bad times and lifted their spirits up by starting fresh again This was the time when the Women had the right to finally vote and be socially equal as well VINTAGE Style Guide 11 Nov 2013 Women had more freedom when it came to fashion They were liberated in the time of the Flapper girl after World War I and in the time of the knee length skirtsdresses The main factor of how fashion was a liberating factor for women was because of the Flapper Girl The term Flapper meant young free lovely and expensive Contrary to popular belief general evening hemlines were still very long just above the ankle to mid calf In the early 20s flappers however pushed the envelope by wearing hemlines just below the knee VINTAGE Style Guide 11 Nov 2013 The purpose for wearing shorter skirtsdresses was for doing the famous Charleston VINTAGE Clothing Guide 13 Nov 2013 The flapper dress was seen in many different types of fabrics and with a variety of adornments including beaded chiffon lace velvet sequins and lame a 1920s favorite 1920s Fashion History 11 Nov 2013 Many women wore boyish figures to have a more curved figure on their body Their desire was to have a fragile flat-chested tanned body of a 15 year old Flapper Fashion 1920s C20th Fashion History 11 Nov 2013 The Fast Flapper Girls even rolled their stockings up to the knee to allow them to dance more effortlessly 1920s Fashion History 11 Nov 2013 In the mid 1920s
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