Men's Fashion: Mid 1920s 'Jazz Suits' were trendy because after WWI, people started to live a different lifestyle that led away from the formal three piece suit with shoulder pads. Life became edgier, more party-like and men dressed in simpler clothing, with hats, and fashionable canes to go out dancing and partying.
Fashion in the 1920s: 21 Vintage Patterns Coco Chanel Would Love - In this round up you'll find tutorials on everything from how to sew a dress or a skirt to easy DIY suspenders. As the great Coco Chanel herself once said, "Fashion fades - only style remains the same." These amazing patterns go to show just how right she was.
By the mid 1920s afternoon dresses were losing the dainty lace & organdy trim in favor of prints and shiny satin or taffeta fabrics. These 1926 dresses reflect the new shorter skirts & dropped waists but also the trend of mixing prints & solids. The fancy was created by bolder colors & statelier accents such as the big bow on the center left dress.