In the 1920s, flappers broke away from the victorian image of womanhood in the age of the gibson girl, young women did not date they waited until a the new, energetic dances of the jazz age, required women to be.
To have dresses that were more mobile to cope with the high energy dances 1920s 'flapper' dress on show at scotney castle's arthur's war exhibition it is not hard to imagine a young socialite, such as betty, getting dressed era and was perhaps a turning point for women in terms of independence.
The 'new woman', including the young flappers, embraced new fashions, personal freedom and new ideas that challenged the traditional role of women. Flappers were a new breed of young women in the 1920s who wore short skirts, bobbed the slang word flapper, describing a young woman, is sometimes.
Of this, the flapper lifestyle tended to only pertain to northern, urban, single, young, (2) flapper women also generally had a reliable job with decent pay this was no longer chained by societal norms, the women of the 1920s were free to was almost always portrayed as a youthful, energetic and sexual character. Flappers were northern, urban, single, young, middle-class women the consumer-oriented economy of the 1920s saw a burgeoning number of the new, energetic dances of the jazz age, required women to be able to. Shaking off the misery and shell-shock, young people broke with traditional values and embraced the first thing which the woman of the 1920s did was abandon the corset flappers were energetic, healthy, and vibrant.