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    BradleyJan 6, 2020 at 11:52 am

    I love your suggestion of high waisted pinstripe pants with suspenders. Pinstripe pants on a full suit is sometimes too much for the office, but simply wearing pinstripe pants and suspenders is stylish and classy. I get a lot of complements on the look! I hope this vintage 1920s style comes back in 2020, as high waisted pants and suspenders are a perfect combination for either men or women.

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    rosieDec 27, 2019 at 4:22 pm

    I do like the bright red lipstick, through out the 1920’s untill the flapper style met it’s end in october 1929 they also used other colours of lipstick, from red which was early 1920’s , mid 1920’s saw deep reds, deep brownish reds, plums and oranges. The end of the 20’s saw the new trend of colours of rose, raspberry and medium red. 1920’s also brought into fashion the cupid brow lips or bee stung lips. I had fun researching all this when I decided on flapper style for my friends Halloween party.

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    Tarena HansonDec 27, 2019 at 5:06 am

    Thought this was interesting to see what will be on trend this coming yr 2020 vs 1920’s.

    My very cool kooky Granny always told me about “roughing or painting theirs knees as flappers when wearing their mini skirts”.

    My girlfriend & I did this on pix day in 1965 bc our skirts were all minis (that’s all u could buy & we weren’t allowed to wear slacks) to try to set a new FAD‼️.We used fingernail polish & painted PINK MOD “TWIGGY” style FLOWER POWER BLOSSOMS on each knee…
    It was the only time my girlfriend & I were sent to the office & my & her Mthr were called to pick us up from school for the day & we were told not to come back to school wearing such nonsense. Even though I told them my grndmthr was allowed to wear painted “roughed” knees in the ROARING 20’s! My Cool History Lesson didn’t matter to the principle.

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      AshaDec 27, 2019 at 9:46 am

      Rouge. They were blushed, not actually painted.

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