What did Ladies Wear in the 1920s?

Women could choose from a wide range of fabrics, from cotton and denim to linen and wool. Some women chose to cover up with a veil, sometimes with long sleeves and sometimes with a veil over the hair. These were commonly called tiaras. Other women wore long skirts, often of a bright color, or sported short skirts, with a long veil covering their head. Some women would wear a headscarf to cover their face.

In general, women began wearing clothes in their 20s or even older in the 1920s. Women had to adapt to the new style as much as possible to survive their new profession. After all, some of the “dandy” women, such as Countess Von B├╝low and Dorothee von Stein, often wore the same outfits over and over again.

What did men wear then?

In general, men had to wear more modern styles to keep up with the women. They had to wear their hair long and cover their faces. Most men would also wear suits or business suits and sport a tie. They might also have a tie around their neck or even a little button on their shirt or collar.

In addition to the suits, many men would also sport a hat, like the ones worn by the men in the photos above, or a mustache or goatee.

During the early 1930s, it was common for men to try their hand at making an advertisement for a new garment. This sort of advertising was common in advertising in the twenties. One common genre was to put up a sign that said “Men’s Clothing,” and then go door to door to try and sell the clothes.

Most men wore dresses during this time, especially if they had children. By the time World War II began, fashion had changed significantly. For example, some men started sporting shirts and tie, while others were wearing suits with hats.

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