Just before the big crisis of 1929 in the United States and later in Europe depopulated the Charleston: Dance derived from jazz, the most sparkling and lively dance of the modern era.Its name comes from the city of Charleston, South Carolina, and became popolar thanks to the song “The Charleston” by James P.Johnson.The period was characterized by unbridled consumerism and could not miss a dance, with its upbeat music and an engaging pace, which reflected the mood of that moment.
The fashion followed this joy and woman, very different from the past, emancipated and more uninhibited, wearing feathers, jagged skirts, sequins, and long necklaces of pearls, and is now ready to conquer the world.
I interpreted this trend in a modern way, I think this look is wearable for an evening. hope you like it !
Dress: H&M Clutch: Swarovski Sandals: Rodo Nailpolish: Chanel BlueSatin 461