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Women's Foxy Flapper Costume

Women's Fever Foxy Flapper Costume
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Items Included
  • Dress
  • Headband
  • Gloves
  • 100% polyester Flapper Costume
  • Black dress has fringe details, ribbon back detail and attached bowtie
  • Attached straps cross in back
  • Forearm length glovettes have thumb string and elastic band at elbow
  • Black sequined elastic headband with black ribbon attached
  • Passcode to speakeasy not included

There are a few schools of thought on where the term “flapper” came from. Some believe it was a comparison between a young woman setting out on her own and a growing bird flapping its wings as it learned how to fly. Others say it came from the flapping pigtails that young ladies in England traditionally wore before they graduated to a shorter and more “adult” hairstyle. Wherever it came from, it wasn’t necessarily intended as a flattering term, but as time has gone by it’s stood as a mile marker for a nostalgic era.

As with any long gone era, our modern ideas about the 1920s certainly don’t tell the whole story, but the one they do tell is a good bit of fun. It’s a time of speakeasys, jaunty jalopies, raccoon coats, hot jazz, moonshine, and really strange slang - phrases like “23 skidoo,” “Oh, you kid,” “Banana oil,” and, of course, “flapper.” Maybe that’s why flappers have endured so long in our culture. They’re a symbol of an era that we can’t prove was anything but the rockin’ good time we want it to have been.

Embrace your quest for a simpler time in this black polyester flapper costume, featuring fun fringe and ribbon details and a bow tie at the neckline. Fun accessories include a pair of forearm length gloves, and a sequined headband with black ribbon for an added flourish. It’s a far cry from an adolescent bird or a pigtailed girl, and that’s jake with us. (“Jake” being 1920s slang for “totally fine,” of course.)

Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Small chest 28" - 30" 71cm - 76cm
Small waist 22" - 24" 56cm - 61cm
Small length 26" 66cm
Medium chest 34" - 36" 86cm - 91cm
Medium waist 32" - 34" 81cm - 86cm
Medium length 27" 69cm
Large chest 38" - 40" 97cm - 102cm
Large waist 36" - 38" 91cm - 97cm
Large length 28" 71cm
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