In the 1920s Flappers were some of the most revolutionary women that the world has ever seen. On the heels of the conservative Victorian and Edwardian eras, women in the 1920s weren’t afraid to challenge gender norms and question their place in society. This forward-thinking attitude didn’t just change the way that people acted during the Roaring Twenties – it affected the way women were looked at in society forever. Flappers challenged social norms and looked great doing so. Short dresses, stylish accessories, and cutting-edge hair styles were just a few of the ways that women took a stance. It’s for this reason that their iconic sense of style lives on even 100 years later. If you want to channel some of this 1920s Flapper femininity, don’t hold back!