When it comes to fashion there are some flavours:
– Fashion to wear
– Fashion for the runway
– Fashion which leaves you with a lot of question marks
Here are a few fashion picks from the question mark fashion category:
Let’s start with some Kermit love…
Try to walk on these…
Another trip down to retro fashion lane after the 1900-1915 retro trip. This time a flashback to the roaring twenties!
The bob, sequined dresses,head bands, fringe and pearls were keywords in that era.
What made the 1920s so roaring? Well, the jazz music became popular and Flappers made their lifestyle statement.
Flappers were young, western women who “rebelled” against the standard morals of the 1920s era. They “bobbed” their hair, wore short skirts and excessive make-up. Their lifestyle included everything that wasn’t considered acceptable behaviour including drinking, smoking and liberal social morals. They redefined the modern woman in the 1920s. And they did it very stylish…
Ziegfeld girls (showgirls on Broadway) | 1922
One of the very first IT girls…Clara Bow
The first episode of fashion through the last century! Looking back from hundred years ago till now, a lot of things have changed and some things stayed the same. One thing is clear: every decade has its own recognizable style.
Starting off this first episode of retro fashion with the decade ca 1900 – 1915. One thing is for sure: lace and pearls are an all time favorite.
Next post in this sequence will be: 1920s.
College style | 1895
Ivory white Court dress| 1899
Shoes | 1900
Gotta keep the chocolate spirit alive if your blog is named Oriental Spice and some Chocolate…
If you’re a real chocolate lover you should’ve been in Cannes (France) this weekend.
Thousands of craftsmen and chocolate lovers have come together for the international chocolate fair: Salon du Chocolat.
Presenting to you: Models dressed in chocolate!
Check out this interesting overview of fashion style trough the last three centuries. Obviously there is a big difference between 1775 and 2000.
I’m all for the 1930 and 1947 style. Stylish with fashionable hats.
Do you have any favorites?