Great Gatsby Fashion

 The Gatsby way is elegant, stylish and iconic and with the impending release of The Great Gatsby film, the 1920s are set to roar again.  This speakeasy fashion entices and inspires and if done properly, this look will remain an integral part of your wardrobe for years to come with key, timeless pieces celebrated for their versatile and refined allure. 

Glamour and decadence were the main events during this era as the fashion was reflective of the newfound liberation which prevailed after WW1.  In order to achieve Gilded Age glamour, think sparkle, feathers, fringe and pearls. 

Flapper Frenzy
Make like Gatsby heroine, Daisy Buchanan and rock the flapper look.  Flapper dresses are the perfect dancing attire and suit almost every body shape - a double win! This stunning flapper dress oozes Art Deco style and sophistication whilst the beautiful shade of pink is flirty and feminine.

Pearl Patrol
Twin your 20’s ensemble with Pearls.  This iridescent delights radiate style and will ensure that you are Gatsby good-to-go in no time.  Channel the look with a Sautoir from Winterson.  This stunning, long pearl necklaces not only oozes timeless elegance but will certainly become a staple in your jewellery collection for years to come.  Get the Gatsby look by layering or doubling up this necklace to achieve the ultimate 20’s retro chic look. 

Hot to Trot
Make sure you are hot to trot with a pair of t-strap shoes.  These shoes will not only finish off your look with style and finesse but as the signature shoe for females during this exciting era, they will ensure you effortlessly radiate true Gatsby glamour.

In order to carry out this look in style, remember a little goes a long way.  Finish off your look with a lash of red lipstick and a tousled bob hairstyle for ultimate Gatsby perfection. 

About The Author: Rebecca is a feisty fashionista who is always on the lookout for new and exciting trends.  She frequently writes about her musings and findings.  

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