Inspiration ||The Flapper / Fringe Trend: A throwback


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Hello everyone, I hope your week has been going good. Mine has been just there and MTN decided that there will be no network so our hands are on our chins.

Today I am going to be sharing a trend that is giving me all the feels- Flapper Dresses. This look is one that I hope is making a slow but sure comeback.

Let me take you back to the roaring twenties, think Jazz, affluent and fancy parties, and the Great Gatsby. In this decade women began to wear more comfortable clothes, letting go of the restrictive fashion of the yesteryears.

The Classic Flapper Dress

Photo Credit : Vintagedancer.com

Variations of the flapper dress can be seen on the red carpet as worn by Emma stone at the Oscars in this Heavenly golden number. Tracee Ellis Ross also wore this stunning piece for the Oscars after party.

Photo Credit : Harpers Bazzar Photo Credit : Daily mail

If you have been looking closely, you will see that the Fringe detail has been popping up in places too.

Photo Credit : Sotra

I am in love with this trend, there is just something about it that feels glamorous and very elegant. Would I like a Fringe detail or flapper dress?, I would absolutely love one.

Photo Credit : Harper’s Bazzar

Although, the way I am seeing it ehn, it will be on the very very money consuming side of things, but a girl can hope and pray.

Paired with a lovely pair of pumps, a nice little clutch purse, some dangling, glittering earrings, and the right attitude, the flapper dress can make anyone the belle of the ball.

Photo Credit : Unique Vintage

 

So is anyone else in love with the flapper dress and the Fringe trend? 

As per usu let me know in the comments 🙃. 

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