We keep picking up 1920s pieces since a Deco trend has certainly been evidenced on the runways and Downton Abbey is moving into the 1920s next season, also. Flapper dresses are always divine, but sometimes a "remnant" from the past can pay homage to the Roaring 20s without going head-to-toe. Certainly many of the authentic 1920s pieces were augmented over the nearly one hundred years since they were created. I can't for certain guarantee what this wrap blouse looked like this its original configuration. Perhaps it was part of a dress? Regardless, I am a firm believer in eccentric editions to a wardrobe and this could be worn with double tape a la J Lo to cover your boobies. Alternatively, this could be great worn with a ribbed tank and a pair of jeans for a casual nonchalant look. I depend on those weird (often impulsive) purchases in my closet because when I really feel I have nothing cool or fresh to wear, it's those "WTF" pieces that suddenly inspire me and will inspire you, too. As a matter of fact, I bought a red velvet waist length cape today from the 1960s. WTF? Wait till you see how it will inspire some wacky ensemble during fashion week!
Anonymous Deco beaded wrap blouse, c. 1920s. Adjustable size SOLD
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