flapper

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a young woman in the 1920s who flaunted her unconventional conduct and dress

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The garment looked like something a flapper girl would wear and could even have been a vintage number from the 1920's.
With a nod to the movie's star, Carey Mulligan, flapper girl style has become the retro reference of choice - think intricate beading, drop waists and even a hint of faux fur and feathers.
IN A FLAP: Louise Brooks, an icon of the 1920s, and (inset) a flapper girl from the era
Dressed as a 1920s flapper girl, Ann and partner Anton du Beke produced two minutes of TV magic with a hilarious Charleston routine.
Not to be confused with the flapper girl fringing, also big this season is boho fringing TRY fabrics like leather and suede.
FOLK with a theatrical edge, Private Lawns has enough beats for any Flapper girl.
Here's Catherine Zeta Jones dancing with all the slinkiness of Cyd Charisse as flapper girl Velma Kelly.
Standing beside it is a slender metal female figure with a flapper girl haircut and athletic poise.
Her life experiences include dancing the Charleston as a 1920's flapper girl, rock and roll of the 1960's yet melding well into the modern years.
She even gets away with the potential banana skin of a sequence in which she does a flapper girl dance to the sounds of the Sex Pistols' Pretty Vacant.
Think Flapper Girl chic - the 1920s wave can be stunning and works on all hair types and face shapes.
Kabbalah follower Madonna dressed as a flapper girl, while hubby Guy wore a Village People-style police uniform.
She is on the show to discuss her new West End musical Thoroughly Modern Millie, in which she plays a redhead flapper girl.
The Cutting It star is playing the feisty flapper girl made famous by Julie Andrews in the Oscar- winning 1967 film of the same name.
Pop icon Madonna was photographed on the cover as a less than dressed flapper girl from the 1920s: "This was a great chance to recreate an era I feel I would have really flourished in, when nothing I'd have done would have been censored.