The Flapper was first a poem by Dorothy Parker meaning young girls who flap there wings and fly. The flapper dress is extremely popular and easy to spot. It has a dropped waistline and no sleeves. Had a lot of fringe, sequins, and metallics.
SEQUINED FLAPPER DRESS, 1920s Black tulle, 1" vertical bands of pewter sequins w/ 2 rows of bugle beads between, beads & sequins in floral pattern near hem, sleeveless, V neck, B 34"-36", H 36"-40", L 44", (few trim losses) very good.