Do you want to learn about 1920s fashion history for both women’s and men’s fashion? I’m not just talking about flappers and bootleggers and high end designers, but real everyday clothing worn in the 1920s? For the past 2 years I have been researching 1920s fashion, gathering vintage photos and catalogs, and buying and sewing 1920s clothing all to make the 1920s Style Guide series the best resource available online. It is a complete guide to fashion, history, and culture in the roaring twenties, and is perfect for 1920s themed event attendees, reenactors, authors, theatrical costumers, and vintage clothing enthusiasts.
New for 2021: The 1920s Style Guide email series has been rolled into our Vintage Fashion Files email list where you will receive weekly emails covering all decades 1900s to 1970s! We have two lists- one for womenswear and one for menswear. Join one or both. Sign up here.
But wait…there is a book or two….
Read F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, and learn about 192’s fashion history while you read along. The book highlights all references to fashion and clothing in the novel with pictures, descriptions and a bit of cultural history for each clothing item. Want to know what Gatsby’s suit looked like? Or why white was a sign of wealth? Or what “pottery bracelets” were? All these and more are included in the annotated The Great Gatsby in Fashion eBook. For only $2.99, you can read the entire novel while you learn about REAL 1920s fashion on your computer, Kindle, Nook, iPhone, iPad, or other eReader. All digital files types are included in one download so you can read it however you like. There is also a printed copy you can order for $8.99.
- The PDF eBook is available on Etsy.com
- Amazon Kindle store $2.99 (annotations only)
- Paperback book for $8.99 on Amazon (annotations only)
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