Metme Women’s Roaring 1920s Gatsby Dresses Short Sleeve Dress Cocktail Flapper Dress

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Gatsby Flapper Dress Size — XS = US 2-4, S = US 4-6, M = US 8-10, L = US 12-14, XL = US 14, 3XL = US 18 [Notice: Please Check the Size Chart in the Production Description Below].
Prime material — Enough elastic fabric, comfortable and breathable.
Design –Top with classic V neck makes you more mystery and elegant. Short lace sleeves make arms slimmer. High quality sequins and beads in beautiful flowers and vine pattern. Ripple + fringed hem design, graceful sweetheart. Zipper closure conceal in the side.

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“Women cocktail short sleeve dresses”

Gatsby Flapper Get dressed Size — XS = US 2-4, S = US 4-6, M = US 8-10, L = US 12-14, XL = US 14, 3XL = US 18 [Notice: Please Check the Size Chart in the Production Description Below].
The prime subject matter — Enough elastic fabric, comfortable and breathable.
Design –Most sensible with classic V neck makes you more mystery and elegant. Short lace sleeves make arms slimmer. Top-quality sequins and beads in beautiful flowers and vine pattern. Ripple + fringed hem design, graceful sweetheart. Zipper closure conceals within the side.
Occasions — This flapper Get dressed is acceptable for quite a lot of forms of events: Cocktail, Prom, Evening, Event, Christmas, Dance and 20s Unfashionable Party, Great Gatsby Theme / Themed Party, Art Deco Party and Flapper Party, Wedding, Makeup Costume, Homecoming, Garden Reception, Anniversary.
Washing Suggestion — Hand wash with mild soap, keep dry away from heat, avoiding washers & dryers. Please turn clothes over before washing to give protection to sequins.

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After World War I, the idea of the “working woman” became popular. After 1929, it was more common to see women in a social context. With the help of liberation organizations, the idea of a “modern woman” began to rise, and soon the “drinking woman” could be seen in business settings.[1] Companies increasingly hosted cocktail parties to have an entertaining environment for employees and customers to mingle. These parties usually began after 5:00 P.M.[2] Since guests are expected to walk around and meet people, clothes made for these occasions are often functional and comfortable. This practical and fashionable garment became a popular uniform for progressive elite women in the 1920s.[3]

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