“There’s no stopping this flood of modern forward thinking girls flowing into the big city. Honestly, they get younger and younger each year! ” That’s what those big city yokels will exclaim when they see your little flapper jumping off the steam train in Grand Central Station, valise clasped in hand. There are certain signs a parent can look out for to tell if they’re raising a flapper. One sure sign is your daughter perks up when she hears jazz, especially trumpet solos. You can also tell if she has ’20s tendencies if she uses strange slang. When you accuse her of stealing the last cookie does she say something like, “No, I’m a Patsy, see?” or when you give her the last cookie she might respond, “Well ain’t that the frog’s eyebrows! “. If she says either of these things she may not only be a flapper but a bootlegger as well. The last way you might guess where she’s headed is her dance moves. Is she unusually good at kicking her legs and rocking her jazz hands simultaneously? If so, her fate is sealed. When your daughter is destined to be a flapper, there’s no use fighting it. The life of a flapper is pretty great anyways. She’ll be independent, she’ll have a great wardrobe, and her phonograph will always being playing the freshest jazz tunes. You can be the one to nudge her life in the right direction with this classy fringed dress and sequined headband. Before you know it she’ll be teaching you the Charleston.
Brand: FUN Costumes
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