The end of the First World War has introduced a woman’s style to become more boyish in appearance; the loosen style with shapeless in fit clothes revealed a suppressed bust without a line for the waist, broader shoulders and shorter hair cut as well. This silhouette underlined a flat chest where the womanly curves were almost invisible, this look conferring the image of simplicity.
The length of the dresses was around the calf area, and started to show some fluctuations in a design of a gown to contain elusive aspect rendered by handkerchief hemlines made from floating materials. With the mid of the 20′s the length of the skirt became shorter showing the knee, for later to describe uneven hems, an asymmetry in the hemlines of the skirts that made the transition to longer styles of skirts.
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If you are a fan of this style, and an admirer of Coco Chanel (her design in clothing has become the peak of the 20′s, many people when referring to the fashion style of the 20s instantly think of the creations to belong to Coco Chanel), you can choose form the vintage collections of gowns the 20′s wedding gowns that display perfectly preserved styles of outfits. Other fashion designers have also recreated the style of the 20s in designs that resemble so well to the original style. If we go back to those ages we find the tones of beige, sand, navy and black to be the nuances of the jersey fabrics with simple cuts and shapes that didn’t require the use of corsetry to define the line of a waist.
The look of the 20s style of women fashion makes the bride appear surrounded by the aura of an age that got lost in sepia photographed memories, preserving at the same time the ethereal touch of floating fabrics in a coziness of wearing.