With modern technology – the automobile, air travel, radio, etc. - many women celebrated the 1920s as a time of independence. They were enjoying a new level of freedom - voting, working, drinking, going on unchaperoned dates, and visiting jazz clubs and speakeasies. Wanting to look and act their icons like It Girl Clara Bow, Josephine Baker, and Zelda Fitzgerald, young women of the 1920s experimented with new looks like short hair, dropped waist dresses, high heels, bold make-up.
Although the flapper lifestyle passed along with the Roaring Twenties, you can still enjoy the fun for a few hours – just remember that Rubie’s is the password to where you’ll find the best selection of flapper costumes!