the 1920's flapper is a style of clothing... women usually wore straight dresses that didn't show any curves (they were trying to capture away from stereotypes that were put on women during that time, they usually have their hair cut short, wore their shoes open out meaning they be unlaced, also many of these women go to speakeasies, but most were childlike and were trying to travel against what their parents wanted of them. So within response to your question... they be real, and represented a turning point surrounded by history when women began to protest against the norm.
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My brain... (ahhh... 11th echelon american history... good times... lol)
A party girl at the speakeasies
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