OOTD: The Roaring 1920’s

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OOTD: The Roaring 1920’s

Looking at the 1920’s from my point of view,  I would say women dress very elegantly during those time than our time.    They look all so pretty dresesed-up to the nines and dance the night away.  But little did we know that the flapper dresses (low-waisted dresses with full hemlines) and bobbed hair cut  was actually a form of women’s rebellion and the influence of the women’s right movement in the 1920’s.

No wonder I have such a desire to have an event with a 1920’s theme.  I am a rebel at heart and I like to veer away from the norm.  I guess someone have heard me and so we got to dress-up like the Mob Boss lady!

1920's
What I wore:
Electric Pleated Shift Dress from Penshoppe
Strappy Shoes from Gibi
String Pearls gift from my Neutrogena Family
Black and Silver Chain from Sisley
Feather Headband from Marcella
Handbag from Guess

mobbosslady
cancan
Philippines Beauty Blogger
1920s


This outfit was effortless to begin with, I did not have to buy anything new. I wore the dress more than a year ago with the belt up to my waist. The shoes I wore more than a year ago also at a Nuetrogena event and the chain was actually a hipster belt!

This outfit was effortless to begin with, I did not have to buy anything new. I wore the dress more than a year ago with the belt up to my waist. The shoes I wore more than a year ago also at a Nuetrogena event and the chain was actually a hipster belt!

What do you think of my 1920’s look?

Stay gorgeous everyone!

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