Learn 1920s Fashion History- Free Blog Series

A free 12 week blog series all about women's and men's 1920s fashion history is ready for you to learn and enjoy.
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Flapper

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Reno - Nevada - US

RENO, Nev. - July 22, 2013 - PRLog -- If you want to know everything about 1920’s fashion of flappers and dandies you could buy a book… or join the free 1920’s Style Guide blog series. Delivered to your inbox three times a week will be detailed 1920s fashion history lessons, shopping guides to vintage and new 1920s style clothing, and tutorials on how to make dresses, decorate a hat, wear makeup and style your hair. You will learn both women’s and men’s fashion history and style advice in the 12 week series. Learn more and sign up today: http://www.vintagedancer.com/1920s/1920s-style-guide/

Author and owner of VintageDancer.com, Debbie Sessions, has taken her love of fashion history back to the roaring twenties at a time when movies The Artists and The Great Gatsby and TV shows Downton Abbey and Boardwalk Empire have make 1920s fashions fashionable again. The 1920’s Style Guide series started out as a book, a follow up to her popular 1940’s Style Guide book, but instead has turned into a free blog series where readers will be emailed a short chapter three times a week. Someday the series may turn into a book but for now Debbie is happy to share her two years of research for free.

Readers can sign up for the series at any time and receive each post via email starting with a few articles on the culture of the roaring twenties, fashion influences from top designers, fashion etiquette, costs of clothing, and tips for shopping locally and online. The series then dives into the details of fashion history for everyday people. From house dresses to slippers for the ladies and lounge suits to tennis shoes for the men. Rarely taught fashions of the 1920s will be covered. By the end of the series readers will have a whole new appreciate for the REAL 1920’s.

Mrs. Sessions is available to write articles or consult about 1920’s fashion for members of the media and general public. Inquiries should be directed through VintageDancer.com contact page. http://www.vintagedancer.com/
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