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#lulufrost, #letsbringback Bob your hair. (From Anne Helen Petersen’s look at Photoplay Magazine.)

Cut your hair! Smash the patriarchy! (From Anne Helen Petersen’s look at Photoplay Magazine.

Queen Mary was NOT a fan. So she requested that women conceal their cut with hair additions at court functions. A lot of women saved their cut locks in order to add them back on for particular social engagements.  Queen Mary looks like she has a bob in this picture i think...

Hair Tonic for styling Bobs, notice this is a barber shop ad. Also during that time money could be an issue and it was less expensive to have a barber cut your hair.

Inspiration

2015 is the year of the Tragic Star at A Person in the Dark. January's Tragic Star is Olive Borden. Beautiful Olive Borden had it al.

A new character in the Harry Potter spinoff takes this magical power to the next level

A new character in the ‘Harry Potter’ spinoff takes this magical power to the next level

In the "Harry Potter" series, we learn about the magical art of legilimency, but one new character named Queenie takes that to the next level.

Knick Времени: Античная Графика среды - 5 июня - 1920-х годов фотографии и ноты

Knick of Time: Antique Graphics Wednesday - June 5 - Photograph & Sheet Music

Década de 20. Melhor década.

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Ilustracion

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

Dancing Dress - Authentic 1920s Style Inspiration - Photos

Dancing Dress

For Grandma Claire- she and I both loved the A flapper putting on the ritz. I like the short hair and dropped-waistline fad (for lack of a better word) of this time period. Reminds me of singing in the rain.

Dress and coat, Molyneux, ca. 1920s. Silk velvet with matching applied raised flower heads from some fabric amongst beaded foliage worked in diamante, bugle beads & faux pearls. Sleeveless dress decorated at dropped waist, with asymmetric hem. Coat trimmed in fur at cuffs and lined in cream silk satin crepe, with satin collar that has been reworked at some point. Bonham's by marlene

Dress and coat, Molyneux, ca. Silk velvet with matching applied raised flower heads from some fabric amongst beaded foliage worked in diamante, bugle beads & faux pearls. Sleeveless dress decorated at dropped waist, with asymmetric hem.

The Fairbanks twins (actresses from the silent movie era). Picture taken in 1922 by Alfred Cheney Johnston

Silent Film Stars The Fairbank Sisters (Madeline & Marion), were stage and motion picture actresses active in the silent era - photo by Alfred Cheney Johnston, c.

#chicagostyle @Chicago The Musical

A butterfly hostess gown of sapphire blue with brilliants and crystals and a silver turban worn by actress Evelyn Brent - 1920

Auteuil, 1925.

castaroundlesmodes: “ Auteuil, ” Kittyinva: This is an interesting post, showing the transition from the to-the-ankle styles of Paris of to this, where the hem is coming up below the.

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