Thursday, October 9, 2008

Flapper Girl

In the 1920's a new type of woman was born, the flapper girl. Flapper girls were care free, outgoing, beautiful and stylish; they wore loose fitting skirts and tops that allowed to them to dance with ease. Flapper girls styled their loose outfits with long necklaces, hats, headbands and feathers. The Flapper Girl headband is inspired by the accessories of the stylish women who helped define the roaring twenties.

The Flapper Girl headband is a daring look that can add interest and intrigue to any outfit.

Flapper Girl Headband on left:
Black and white pheasant
Flapper Girl Headband in middle:
Red pheasant
Flapper Girl Headband on right:
Yellow & Black pheasant

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