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1920s Fashion Is Not What You Think It Is

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Dani Renee (11 часов назад)
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT MY FRIEND WORE TO HER 1920’s themed party... the way you described it is PRECISELY what she wore omg
Dani Dreams (1 день назад)
Why has it taken me so long to find your channel .? I’m love fashion history! I love fashion in general
ellast1 (1 день назад)
You must watch "Enchanted April"
Lyes (1 день назад)
I had to watch this in 1.5 speed
alexwellis (3 дня назад)
Character shoes are really similar in design to 1920s dancing shoes.
Cara Marais (3 дня назад)
I wold rock the 1920s im so flat its not even funny
Pinkish Floyd (4 дня назад)
Good video. Everyone thinks every woman dressed like a flapper in the 1920's. It's like saying everyone dressed like a hippy in the 1960's. It's generalizing big time.
Kaylee Guzi (5 дней назад)
Pft, is it a coincidence that the video is 19:20? XDD
mrobinson256 (6 дней назад)
THE MAKEUP WAS CLOWNISH, TO COMPENSATE FOR THE LACK OF COLOR IN THE CAMERAS.
Cuba Babycakes (6 дней назад)
🐥💛you should be ashamed of yourself 🐥💛
Tessa Newman (7 дней назад)
But the thing about 20s clothes is... they look terrible on me. I have big boobs and a big butt and when I wear looser or drop waisted dresses that’s all you see- I neither look slim nor like I have a defined shape. A 20s party is actually my worst nightmare.
Yukia Takamoto (7 дней назад)
The name and the description of the video is in russian or youtube is lolling me again
Exuberant Capybara (7 дней назад)
I dont remember what I was going to comment
Katrinqq (7 дней назад)
1:23-1:31 the best
Ana O (7 дней назад)
Being flat and still have meat to show isn't that hard to achieve.. unfortunatly I know it isn't xD
Rad Konieczny (8 дней назад)
boże uwielbiam
Jenn Proffitt (9 дней назад)
I'd love to see your critique of the Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries fashion! To me, someone who does not know about fashion history, it looks accurate, but I'd love your thoughts!
Živa Smodiš (10 дней назад)
You are so funny, I love your videos.
Courtney Smith (10 дней назад)
I LOVE THAT PIN
Юлия Иванова (11 дней назад)
Почему это видео на российском?
m0t0b33 (11 дней назад)
umm there was a Brazilian novela in which the action took place in the 20's and the fashion was really well represented in it.. perhaps you've heard of "Pepper chocolate" aka "Chocolate com pimenta"... it's actually the reason I stumbled upon this video LOL... anyway, you're right about the clothes and everything and honestly I'd love for that "trend" to make a comeback.
andie ette (12 дней назад)
I have a lovely late 20s piece. The silk lining has shattered away but the top layer is ballerina length gold metal gauze sheath with a thick embroidered metallic ribbon band in an intricate art deco pattern. I cant even imagine the care it must have taken to wear as the gauze is spiderweb fine plus the wearer must have had the optimal frame as a modern zero would have to hold her breath to wear it. Less silly fringe. Way more elegant glamour.
Darcie Merriweather (12 дней назад)
My grama said they always wore kid gloves if they were going outside the house and hats.. she lived hats
Leisha SB (12 дней назад)
Really interesting....I am going to a 1920s party tonight and will now be tutting looking at most people I expect!
Ms. Anthrope (13 дней назад)
I’m going to a speakeasy in a couple of days (immersive theater) and I plan to dress up historically accurate. I’m fully aware that most women will likely be wearing the popular sexy-sequin-fringe-short silhouette and I really don’t care. I’ll do me and have a blast.
Cristina N (14 дней назад)
I loved this so much I send it to my mum. And she laughed for infinits amount of time. Thank you for making my momma laugh. You´re amazing!
Martina Johansson (15 дней назад)
I'm currently planning a novel to be set in the 1920s. This video helped me greatly in understanding the women's fashion during the era, although I'll probably look up some pictures and other sources as well. Great work.
QueenShireen (16 дней назад)
for like a cheap, one time party it really doesnt matter BUT i do really like this video in a learning way
Anna Williams (17 дней назад)
*_The length of this video is _**_19:20_*
Jaxon Brooks (17 дней назад)
Was it purposeful that you ended the video at 19 minutes, 20 seconds?
Cuala Lumpur (17 дней назад)
I have to ask. Was Boardwalk Empire Historically accurate? Im 99% sure it was accurate, but im not a specialist so i'd like to know your opinion.
iamlight1 (20 дней назад)
Those are called: "cuban heals".
kjp551 (20 дней назад)
9:03/9:04 what is that face?
Megan D (22 дня назад)
I think a lot of the misconceptions come from the fact that people don't realize that '20s fashion was a direct reaction to the Victorian era. That's why we see a move from very traditional boned corsets and bustles to boxier, straight up and down silhouettes for everyday, shorter dresses, short hair, and noticeable makeup, all of it was shocking to Victorian women.
Megan Renae (22 дня назад)
Idk why this popped up in my feed but I'm not mad. The beginning had me cracking up. 😂😂
jasmine raven (23 дня назад)
good video thank you
Charlou Comeau (23 дня назад)
When you're talking on the phone with yourself, and disappointing yourself, you literally sound like a dying cat and its HILARIOUS
Mae Raich (23 дня назад)
Is it just a coincidence that the video is 19:20 mins long...?
TheWesty615 (23 дня назад)
I wish that I could show this to other girls in my swing-dance scene for when they think they are "doing 1920's" for a dance, but it wouldn't help. They prefer the Halloween costume look, sadly.
Lin612 (25 дней назад)
Ah man, I love the movie/play 'Chicago'. Is all of the costume in that completely wrong? :(
Rich Self (25 дней назад)
No I Ike the Stereotype Better! Not the Potato Bag Ladies! Eww! 🤢🤮
S J Somers Art (27 дней назад)
Yes!!!
Valentine (29 дней назад)
Very instructive! I'd be curious to know what you think of the historical accuracy of the outfits in June's Journey (this mobile game: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.wooga.junes_journey_hidden_object_mystery_game&hl=en)! It's set in the 1920s :)
Electric2Step (1 месяц назад)
I go to these 1920s historical parties and it’s so funny seeing all the new people come in with these costume like minidresses. It never gets old!
Karolina M (1 месяц назад)
Subbing just because you're the first Karolina I've seen on here lol and obviously I love the video
Fiona Coffeeaddict (1 месяц назад)
For people who have long hair and want to wear an authentic 1920ies hairstyle: Check out Natacha Rambova, she had very long hair and imitated a short hairstyle with braids.
Kimmi Did What? (1 месяц назад)
The corsets back then were Girdles. They were used to hold up the hose. Those were the clips at the bottom. Most young girls these days just want to sexualize period outfits. It’s really quite sad. 3 of my great aunts worked at MGM Studios starting from 1927 and the youngest started in 1939. They all retired from the studio after 39 plus years each, but they had the most amazing photos and film splices of the periods that they worked in. And to see the difference as you said, between the film and/or print work fashion and Everyday fashion was quite the contrast... ❤️ your channel! I’m a new sub... 😃
Evelyn Harber (1 месяц назад)
Thank you for a well-informed review of fashion in the 1920's. My only suggestion to you is to maybe have a point system sign somewhere close by. I say this because you seem to have to think what you are going to say whereas it you had a point chart or system close by you would not have to "star-gaze" you would be aware of what you intend to present to your audience. Otherwise a wonderful very real, practical and informative video which is a pleasure to watch.
twinklybones (1 месяц назад)
I would LOVE to hear what you think about the modern interpretation of the Great Gatsby by Baz Luhrmann 😊 seems like lots of inspiration came from stereotypical 20s, but truthfully I think the costumes are all stunning 😂
Ara Lee (1 месяц назад)
So i look fashionable in 1920’s coz i kinda have that flat silhouette. I have lived in the wrong era.
Silvia Sánchez (1 месяц назад)
Your videos got me interested the era, so I started sketching and painting figures from photos. Of course, they are B&W or sepia, so... what colours were trendy/fashionable at the time? What would be used on a dress? And on shoes? Did the colours differ or where there same? Sorry for so many questions, but I wanted my little paintings to be accurate. Or not absurd, at least. Thanks in advance, and thanks so much for these videos!
Enfant terrible (1 месяц назад)
Verfickt nochmal! Wenn der Videotitel deutsch ist, erwarte ich ein Video in deutscher Sprache! Fix das, YouTube!
Melissa Castle (1 месяц назад)
Your personality is adorably funny, lol. Thank you for your videos.
Me (1 месяц назад)
"Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries"
Piper Knudsen (1 месяц назад)
Could you review the costumes of different 'historical' shows? I'd love to hear your thoughts on Phryne Fisher's outfits! I think they're pretty accurate, but I don't know much about historical costuming...
deborah brunshtengarten (1 месяц назад)
OMG LOOK AT HER DISAPPOINTED FACE IN 1:30
Royce Winters (1 месяц назад)
a celebrity doesn't have to wear expensive looking clothes.
SherrifOfNottingham (1 месяц назад)
I love 1920s fasion. Its so jazzy and pretty. Gives me a french vibe.
Cindy (1 месяц назад)
I think it was interesting that in the picture of all the young women standing in a row, they all had the "bob" haircut.
Cathy Summers (1 месяц назад)
I love the fact that this video is 19:20 minutes long
Sarah Van Donsel (1 месяц назад)
The video is 19:20 long lol!
Letícia Bravi (1 месяц назад)
Pq caralho o vídeo e inglês e a descrição português ?
Milena Suzuki (15 дней назад)
Porque algum usuário traduziu e seu YouTube está configurado pra pt-br, então ele traduz automaticamente
Linda Beebe (1 месяц назад)
A boring, textbook presentation. I was expecting some show and tell, not a couple of photos with dry rhetoric.
Tish Kruger (1 месяц назад)
Hi, what is your style? Thanks for all the great information. Keep making them. Hugs
Dorothy Spingarn (1 месяц назад)
my biggest question right now is how did you do your hair/scarf????????? its gorgeous and im getting amazing Frida Kahlo vibes
Julia.reads.books (1 месяц назад)
Yesterday I googled 1980s makeup and everything that came up at first was way over the top versions of 1980s make up. I had to google "1980s everday make up" to find what I was actually looking for. So. I don't think it is just the 20s that get stereotyped, it is just the 1920s are far enough ago that we have no idea what the fashion should look like.
KatKMeanders (1 месяц назад)
They wore girdles that laced. I saw a clip of a famous male comedian describing helping his wife lace her girdle. (He called it a girdle.) He's the guy that never met a man he didn't like...what 's his name! GAH! Will Rogers! Girdles were worn by some for decades after the 20s. There's a clip of Louis Prima performing Just A Gigolo with a lady who obviously tight laced her waist is so tiny.
KatKMeanders (1 месяц назад)
This is an authority on the matter. (She studied fashion through the eras.) http://www.fashion-era.com/flapper_fashion_1920s.htm#The%20Bra
KatKMeanders (1 месяц назад)
Here's one of the cartoons I was thinking of but I was mistaken as to time frame! This depicts 1938 World's Fair. (But some elements of the 20s fashion are still there! The makeup is 20s!) https://youtu.be/LAFqAbrPKxQ
KatKMeanders (1 месяц назад)
My Grandmother. I'm told that at that time when a young lady was going to college they took a formal portrait with a fur collar to give to loved ones. https://postimg.cc/rzvt76rm
KatKMeanders (1 месяц назад)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Will_Rogers
KatKMeanders (1 месяц назад)
When the male comedian was describing helping his wife he sort of did a cat's cradle gesture with his hands, hooking fingers and tightening and such. Obviously corset like lacing. Why didn't you mention the circular blush?! That's a big difference compared to today! (My grandmother was a young lady going to college in about 1927. Mom was 40 when she had me.) There are some cartoons that depict fashionable common folks of the US around that time. Let me see if I can find one. The above is the Louis Prima video.
KatKMeanders (1 месяц назад)
Long wavy hair came from one of the films stars of the time! Can't recall her name but she was popular in the US.
KatKMeanders (1 месяц назад)
These two are some of the why the long wavy hair. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0707814/?ref_=nmls_hd https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001273/?ref_=nmls_hd
KatKMeanders (1 месяц назад)
Child star I think?
Sydney Fairbairn (1 месяц назад)
My mom remembers her mother squashing her breasts to look flatter.
Diceman Shadow (1 месяц назад)
Are you saying that the flapper lifestyle didn't happen? Or are you saying that our pictur of flapper girls are exaggerated?
Samantha Brinkman (1 месяц назад)
Is there a subreddit for the vintage community?
CurriedUnicorn (1 месяц назад)
I'm quite pleased I knew most of that, as I'm a real Art Deco fan. Low to dropped waist; mid-calf length; boxy, kimono style sleeves; low neckline (though obviously with a top on underneath, or a panel, so it wasn't indecent!) and those super cute dinky heels. Such a fabulous look and so easy and comfortable to wear. What's harder to discern is the difference between the 20s and the 30s, and the differences between the US and the UK/European style. What a great vid, and I adore your collection of fashion plates from the age! Thank you!
Alessio Pelagatti (1 месяц назад)
She reminds me of miranda sings
フガクネット (1 месяц назад)
honestly this is a really educational video and im so glad this video exists.
mspinchbug (1 месяц назад)
I wonder if anyone mentioned this before, my observation on 100 years of lingerie. THe '80s are almost never represented properly - which would be lycra sports top + high cut, high-waist panties. They always put some crap that never belonged to the decade. '80s were all about aerobics and lycra, and that went everywhere.
mamisonyas (1 месяц назад)
Hahaha this video is hilarious!! I love your sense of humor!!
Ramona Flores (1 месяц назад)
Annoying ass video
Alyssa Beddes (1 месяц назад)
This intro cracked me up. 😂
Elizabeth K (1 месяц назад)
I appreciate that the video is 19:20
rae (1 месяц назад)
just realized the video is 19 mins 20 seconds lol
miranda c (1 месяц назад)
I think the dress length seems more reasonable when you try to consciously remember that not too long before this, showing your ankles was pornographic. It's like the equivalent of walking around in public completely naked by today's standards of decency.
Jessamyn Page (1 месяц назад)
"NOOOOOoooooo"
Aubrey Farnsworth (1 месяц назад)
Can you do the history of Chanel sometime? I know she was responsible for the change in fabric (jersey) and I believe the haircut, too.
Agata Slongo (1 месяц назад)
qual que é a pira aqui de fazer videos em ingles com titulo e caixa de descrição em portugues? entendi nada da ideia dela... kkkkkk
Milena Suzuki (15 дней назад)
Algum usuário já traduziu e seu YouTube está configurado pra pt-br, então ele traduz automaticamente pra você. O titulo e a descrição são em ingles mesmo.
Janelle Kennedy (1 месяц назад)
Interesting topic, however did anyone else find this video extremely awkward and boring?
Audrey Muller (1 месяц назад)
Sooooo.....Miss Fisher's murder mysteries fashion's are incorrect.
Phone Call (1 месяц назад)
So....I don't know if this is my phone bugging but the title of the video and the description are in French.... I'm French and I know sometimes they translate stuff but this is WELL translated. Like with French slang and all. Wtf
Majestic Demon (1 месяц назад)
the vid is 19:20. neat coincidence
Mariana Velásquez (1 месяц назад)
did anyone else notice the video is 19:20
sam garcia (1 месяц назад)
dope how the video is exactly 19:20
Leo Raine (1 месяц назад)
I love how this video about the 1920s is 19:20 long
S (1 месяц назад)
Ok, Your going on way to long and your not really getting to the point. How about.............LESS talk And more SHOW. :-)
Veronika Stangl (1 месяц назад)
THANK YOU! Finaly someone says all this things...
yee T (1 месяц назад)
You should do a video roasting historical halloween costumes
yee T (1 месяц назад)
This video is nineteen minutes and twenty seconds long *19:20*
ThePodVon (1 месяц назад)
Okay, I am only six minutes into your video and I have to pause it to comment - YES!!!!! I don't know a huge amount about fashion history (which is why I love videos like yours) but I do know about science history and the idea that if you don't know how they used to think, you can't appreciate how they changed, holds true. Gonna go back to watching now but you already have me hooked and subscribed.
Mini Waifu (1 месяц назад)
Have you seen Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries? It’s my favorite show and I was wondering what your opinions are on the costumes. If you haven’t seen it yet, I highly recommend it, and they recently started filming the movie!!
Dumble Dink (1 месяц назад)
Please tell me this video was 19:20 minutes long on purpose
Eleanna Fox (1 месяц назад)
What did you think about the fashion in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film set in 1926?
Haley Emerson (1 месяц назад)
19 minutes and 20 seconds..... nice

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