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1920s Fashion Is Not What You Think It Is

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Alec Schon (5 часов назад)
the video length is 19:20, ...nice
And Peggy (6 часов назад)
Does the video go to 19:20 on purpose? ;)
Annalyse74 (10 часов назад)
BRILLIANT 😂😂😂😂😂😂
Foxiepaws ACAnderson (13 часов назад)
I love your fashion videos...it's nice to see someone intelligent taking this rubbish on! Lol!
majestic microbes (13 часов назад)
I would love to see you dissect the costumes of downton abbey. It spans from about 1914-1932, and the costumes make a gradual change. I think they did a really good job, but I’d be interested to know what you think.
KenzieHurlock (14 часов назад)
He's so cute 😻
responsible lobster (20 часов назад)
You should totally do an accurate ideal body shapes over time video!
Jarom Anderson (23 часа назад)
The video is 19 mins and 20 seconds long
Ava Fanelli (1 день назад)
anyone else notice this video is 19 minutes and 20 seconds long? 1920!!!! <3
Catherine Sebayang (1 день назад)
Finally someome!
Asia Koter (1 день назад)
I HAVE NOT WITNESSED 1920S I'm rolling on the floor
alliecravulz (2 дня назад)
The biggest pride of my grand-mother who was in her 20's in 1920 was her flat bottom, she considered it her best feature 😊
Martin Amarilla (2 дня назад)
What did guys wear during the 1920s?
Angel M (2 дня назад)
the cat. im dead.
Monkeybunks (3 дня назад)
What did you thing of "Z: The beginning of everything"? Dying to know :)
Emilie Natalie (3 дня назад)
The majority of people don't care about anything being historically accurate when having a party... As it's a party. The majority of people just want to look sexy and have fun. Costumes are a modern exaggerated and light-hearted approach of historical fashion
LisaFreemontStreet (3 дня назад)
Thank you so much for this video!!! I started my Starlet Series for this exact reason. Everyone thinks they have to wear finger waves for 20’s looks...I’m up to 1924 and nary a finger wave has entered the picture! Lol. So I’m definitely referencing this in the info box for every 20’s look I do from now on...mwah!!!!
Katherine Margeson (3 дня назад)
Great video. I’d like to use some of them as resources for my history classes.
A Lonely House Centipede. (4 дня назад)
Heheh, the video is 19 minutes and 20 seconds long. I like.
Virginia García (4 дня назад)
I remember some time ago, I was in a vintage forum, and I was fat shamed by a flapper-lover (now I understand more the way of dressing, but fat shaming is not ok on any era). Being very curvy and big breasted, living in the 20's probably would have been pretty problematic to me (even with the strongest corset).
Maple_ Syrup (4 дня назад)
I'm watching this in October 2018 and omg.. you.look.BOMB! I love the head piece with the red lips. If there's any chance of you replying to this comment, could you let me know where you got it? :D
Laura Groen (4 дня назад)
I'm more amazed that money has inflated so much, that in 1920's shoes were between 2 and 4 dollars....
Bethany Davis (4 дня назад)
It depends on what 1920's dresses you're talking about. The drop waist was very very popular. The "modern" woman would wear a drop waist dress with little makeup. Most people assume the dresses were like Josephine Baker's dresses. She was a dancer, though. Not everyone was a dancer and people don't understand that. Dancers' knees did show, but that wasn't everyone.
poopcupcakes (5 дней назад)
Super rad that the video is 19:20 long, haha
dude (5 дней назад)
I am wondering why on earth youtube recommended this video to me? For an extremely pale girl, you're kinda funny. That's a plus but aside from that why in hell or heaven should I listen to 20 minutes lecture about women fashion in the 1920s and then buy an overpriced pin, which a kid in China probably made for 25 cents at your order? Not to mention people talk if they see me with the pin. They think I am an accomplice in child labor in China.
dude (2 дня назад)
+Larg04 Oh, you hurt my feelings so much by calling me a pale woman! How could you! Try harder woman. Oh, I forgot, your brain is too small and you can't do funny anyway. My bad lol SJW much? see? You are just proving me more and more right. You see no joke because you got no sense of humor. Yawn anyway. Go watch some Amy Schummer, she is your kind of "funny". If I didn't answer anymore, consider me bored.
Larg04 (2 дня назад)
+dude There was no joke. There was sexist remark, and judging people by their looks. I'm ok with sexist jokes and jokes about appearience... but I guess you yourself must be a pale woman, if you think you made any joke here. : c
dude (2 дня назад)
+Larg04 Well, you are proof of it. Boring. Unfunny, Got a stick up your ass and can't take a joke. Just look in the mirror and see the fact. lol
Larg04 (3 дня назад)
+dude so it's not fact, just your opinion?
dude (3 дня назад)
+Larg04 The fact that pale people usually are more uptight than others. Just an observation. There are however exceptions to the norm.
Hmmm (5 дней назад)
To anyone reading, If you ever need to find 20s shoes, just search character shoes made for musical theatre actors/dancers. You can find some on amazon pretty cheap and they have a very close look to vintage shoes
inger (5 дней назад)
THANK YOU !!! my senior ball in hs was 1920s themed and of course every girl was soooo happy but obviously enough - most showed up in pretty similar dresses (except for those who actually studied fashion history - AND IT SHOWED) its crime stereotyping an entire decade in fashion with that glittery short dress and headbands. and that going for 1930s, 1970s etc etc. theres no way in 10 years time thats all that people wore, especially as fashion has always been extremely diverse depending on the country. what was normal in one country was unheard of in another. for everything in life - do your research and look PAST the stereotype - what you will find will always be much more fun and worth your attention!
Elaini (5 дней назад)
20s shoes are actually REALLY nice!
Dawnateer (5 дней назад)
Omg i've just found your channel but your videos have made me laugh so much already! I'm excited to spam these if i'm honest haha
Novia Dela Rosa (5 дней назад)
🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽
Shelby Wills (6 дней назад)
This was so educational! I'd love it if you'd talk about any other decades you're knowledgeable about like you have in this video. As much as I look at advertisements, fashion books, movies, etc., I still don't know the history or reasons behind the fashions of the decades. This was very helpful, Karolina!
Amanda N (7 дней назад)
Video 19:20 mins long hah nice
Kay Sanchez-Lopez (8 дней назад)
I find it funny that your video is exactly 19minutes and 20 seconds, and its about the 1920's. This was really interesting!
Cilla Nox (8 дней назад)
Please make such a video for the 1930's! 🖤
shpresa0721 (8 дней назад)
What do you think of clothing pieces shown on boardwalk empire? I think they seemed to be pretty authentic
HMSara (9 дней назад)
The fact that this video is 19:20 minutes long impress me
Savannah Goodson (9 дней назад)
I wore a "20's" length dress to a Mennonite church and was really embarrassed when my knees showed while sitting down. I hoped no one would notice.
Urban Arielle (9 дней назад)
I've always had a soft spot for the Roaring Twenties because they celebrated flat-chested girls without any curves like me - and pale skin was also in style, perfect! :D It's just sad that the media barely ever manage to represent that era correctly...
psychojax (9 дней назад)
Can you do a video reviewing the costumes in Downton Abby??
Laura Groen (9 дней назад)
The beginning is really funny
the invisible me (9 дней назад)
Was the great gatsby historical accurate?
Rickest Rick (9 дней назад)
Is Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries at all accurate? You get to see what the rich aristocracy wore, but also a lot of everyday people. Though it is set in Australia so I imagine there are a few differences in what was popular in colder climates?
Moonlight Pirate (10 дней назад)
I really wanna know what do you think of Fashion in Fanatastic Beast
Mayara Nogueira (10 дней назад)
Desculpe, cheguei agora no canal... Gostei muito por sinal... Pq o título em português? hahah
Jenna Ferguson (10 дней назад)
I would love your opinion on the accuracy of the fashion in the Netflix show Cable Girls
Liz Lovely (10 дней назад)
can you review the historical accuracy of the costumes in Downton Abbey? curious as to what your opinion would be
Valerie (10 дней назад)
Love it how your video is exactly 19:20 minutes long <3
Erica Borland (10 дней назад)
This is by far the classiest comments section I have ever witnessed in the history of YouTube 😍
kwippo (10 дней назад)
Also, this might have been true to Europe or the US but definitely not so in my country.
Ricky Drizzle (10 дней назад)
Although spot on informative I think you did forget the most important part (at least for me) which is Drop Waist silhouette! So idiosyncratic 1920's thing never seen before and never repeated again :)
Caleb Gambill (10 дней назад)
This channel is so interesting. I’m so glad I found you! Your content is amazing !
Emmi Kern (10 дней назад)
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Marisa Shute (10 дней назад)
Omg thank you! THANK YOOOOOU! One of my biggest pet peeves about all of these damn “Great Gatsby” or generic 20’s parties is the lack of effort put into research. I’ve seen some pictures of what some people have been wearing that have made me want to say “NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!” many many times. This is a great video! I had to subscribe! I’ve been obsessed with silent films and fashion of this era for many years and really appreciate your attention to detail!
Himbeerbiene 4 (11 дней назад)
I really like your videos. They're very informative and precisely. But if it comes to a costume party... Well, these are costumes. They are over the top and mostly not accurate. Nearly nobody would dress like fashion in the 1920s was and that's okay in my opinion. At an animal themed party no one will be there with furry hands or such things. It would be like "You can't wear shoes, a cat doesn't do this". And of course such costumes are stereotyped. That's their purpose:)
Bubble jellyfish (11 дней назад)
Now I know I have the perfect 1920s Body ;)
Eva Rinaldi (11 дней назад)
Someone finally said it!
Taiki Bansei (11 дней назад)
That is a cat that has been lipsticked more than once 😂😂😂
Heather M (11 дней назад)
Preach! I don't know anything about fashion history but I love hearing you talk about it.
LoveShelbylee (11 дней назад)
Bob in the front, long hair in the back.......so a 1920s mullet xD Loved the video, this was really awesome!
Aimee M (11 дней назад)
1920’s: the grunge era for women. Loose, shapeless and no fucks given
ethrze (11 дней назад)
How did you tie your headscarf? ?
Marcela Alferes (11 дней назад)
Eu quero muito esses sapatos dos anos 20 agora. Saltos baixos são vida. E a estética deles era tão linda!
Bee (11 дней назад)
Stereotypes kind of make a costume party, regardless of how incorrect or inaccurate they are. Imagine an Ancient Egypt themed party where everybody turned up in dull peasant smocks instead of outlandish Cleopatra outfits. Not much fun. I think if you want to actually emulate or reference a certain era in your personal style, you should make the effort to educate yourself about the reality of that era's fashion. But otherwise, just have fun.
Runa Phaino (11 дней назад)
Cool. :)
Ksenia Paromova (12 дней назад)
the word you are looking for is "girdle", and people don't consider them corsets because they have no boning. You can still buy them today, just a lot less tight and binding and don't cover the breasts. I bet they were not as stretchy as they are today though, and had more of a binding activity to the body. Yes, you will find most movies take one trend from the time and accentuate it to the extreme to make it all "pop" for the audience, especially in American movies. I don't know why people think it's authentic, a lot of Broadway shows do that as well. I heard that the ankle idea was a complete myth, though. That it was fine to show your ankles as long as you had socks on or something.
Skittle Barf (12 дней назад)
You’re an immortal. That’s how you know so much about all this and have such accurate clothes. Expose yourself.
NaPa (12 дней назад)
Too much blabbing with little meaning.
KittenKindness (12 дней назад)
I thought I loved 20s fashion. Turns out I do! (Just with some minor tweaks.) To be honest, though, I suspected some of them, such as the hem length. It seemed weird to me that hems would go from ankles to go-go dancers so quickly and then suddenly become longer in the following decades. I think the hats were probably the biggest surprise for me. I didn't realize that huge hats were in and I wouldn't have thought that how you wore them would affect things! Thanks for sharing your knowledge!
Camila Schneider (12 дней назад)
You‘re giving Simone de Beauvoir vibes in this video I love it!
Evelyn Gottig (12 дней назад)
Good thing I came across this video. I have to dress up like 1920's american girls this thursday. I had found a dress that seemed too long in my opinion, but now I see it is supposed to look like that! And also I was going crazy because I couldn't find any gloves, but I see they weren't so common.
The Ironic Monster (12 дней назад)
potato bag loose? man im in the wrong era in fashion pft.
aloha803 (12 дней назад)
I'm confused, because the title is german, but she speaks english. Why is that?😅
Dr Stranger (12 дней назад)
20's! The decade when icons like Chanel N°5 and Shalimar was released 😍
Kendell Lolley (12 дней назад)
You're fantastic
Caitlyn Jones (13 дней назад)
I found a photograph of my grandmother being quite scandalous and pulling her skirt up to about mid calf. It made me crack up but it was my first clue that women in her time weren’t walking around in stilettos and mini dresses. I love that you made this to educate people 😻 thank you!
Gregory Jackson (13 дней назад)
Your knowledge, passion, humor and accent is really attractive.
Daniela Torres (13 дней назад)
This is irrelevant but I think the fact that this video is exactly 19 minutes and 20 seconds is awesome😂. Have a great day!
karen nicolau (13 дней назад)
O título está em português e você está falando em inglês... fiquei confusa kkk
Musty Weave (13 дней назад)
The most Iconic thing about this video is that it ends in 19:20
Hanna Marie Fiddeli (13 дней назад)
I just found your channel and am loving it! Have you seen the tv show Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries and how well do you think they managed to capture 1920s fashion? Here's a really interesting interview with the shows costume designer: https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2015/10/miss-fishers-murder-mysteries-costume-design
Sue TP (13 дней назад)
I would love to hear your thoughts on the fashion on 1928's Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries! Accurate or not, I think the wardrobe is fabulous
Katie Martin (13 дней назад)
The fact that the video is 19:20 is deeply satisfying given the topic. If that was on purpose, I see you, Karolina,
Kyla Smith (13 дней назад)
I am a self-professed Historical Accuracy Killjoy and this is perfect! Hehehe.
Kaylee Amber (13 дней назад)
I freaking love this intro! 😂😂
Funny Girl (13 дней назад)
ah the bra stuff was fun. I always wondered about that contradiction of fleshy arms and small breasts. how could they achiev that for so many woman at the same time
Funny Girl (13 дней назад)
by the way, you look great. I love the make up and hair. lovely to look at. nice
Funny Girl (13 дней назад)
I am 47. I did watch a lot of 20s movies or even newer productions playing in the 20s. so, with the years one gets it. the hip fashion and other faces of that decade etc. I think I realised that in my teens. it is still a signature look to identify that decade very quickly when it is needed in a show etc. Also - in shows in the 20s - that is something different. there you could really see extremes. it is also the time of Josephine Baker. there was a very liberating air then. a parallel culture developing that side. it came to an end slowely with depression - because people become conservative and hide their body always in recession - and later totally stopped in fashist area. then the very conservative 50s and then again the 60s. still - there was a difference between daily fashion and other aspects of the culture at that time
Jjang Tao (13 дней назад)
Почему заглавие и описание видео на российском, а гласит она на британском?
Sabrina Ol (13 дней назад)
Mikor lesz magyar nyelvű video ?😁😁
Slick Monique (14 дней назад)
Great and informative video. Yep, the 1920's fashion was actually the culmination of a progression starting about a decade earlier in the late Edwardian/twilight of the Belle Epoque. What's good and highly accurate about this presentation is precisely the reason the 20's belongs to my least favourite modern fashion era. Okay, it had sort of a cool feel to it, but still. Can it hold a candle to 1940's "wartime" fashion? I don't think so. The best looking fashion from the 1920's was probably actually men's fashion, the rest being indeed mostly "potato sack". lol
jusk8lp (14 дней назад)
It's cute how you do that exasperated BIG NO. XD Great video. I just subscribed. Very informative.
C G (14 дней назад)
Noooooooooo 🤣
Shari B (14 дней назад)
Why do I see the title in german? 🤨
friend please (14 дней назад)
Would you say the updated movie of “The Great Gatsby” is accurate?
Mariam M (14 дней назад)
I was looking at it and was shook abt how acuurate Peaky Bliners is!!! Woah and its such an underrated show!!!
Erin Myers (14 дней назад)
I just wanna be accurate *cries in poor*
capubecks (14 дней назад)
Love your mirror , love your wallpaper, love your style and love you!
Maria José (14 дней назад)
porque el titulo y la biografía están en español si hablas en ingles??
Salvation Salvatoré (14 дней назад)
The video ends at 1920
maddie (14 дней назад)
you’re so well educated in fashion, this was rlly interesting and thought out

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