If you don’t know your dingledangler from your Kluck from your zoozer, you’ll want to know this Flapper slang from the 1920s!
Here’s a look back to the most beautifully stylish vintage clothing for women from the mid-1920s, with tips on how to choose the finest fashions.
Women of 1917: “The Flapper” by Winona Wilcox “Flapper” will doubtless prove the most abused word in the list of 1917 names of feminine types.
What’s the definition of a flapper? During the filming of Olive Thomas’ new Selznick picture “The Flapper,” which will be shown at the Princess, the
The word flapper entangled itself with the ‘dreadful’ side of youth — with jazz, short skirts, bobbed hair and glistening legs; with the ‘immodest’ passing of corsets; with cigarette smoking; with petting parties and gasoline-buggy riding…