The world famous cabaret act THE DOLLY SISTERS 1921. Jenny & Rosie Dolly wearing Lucile gowns in The League of Notions Revue. From the fabulous book Retro Fashion : The Way We Were by Lucinda Gosling. 2015 (minkshmink)
The Dolly Sisters: Rosie and Jenny (Rosika and Yansci) wearing the costumes of showgirls with ostrich feather headdresses, sitting on a low dresser, holding hands, in a dance revue in Paris in 1923
Ziegfeld Girl ~ Myrna Darby ~ Performed in Ziegfeld's musicals" No Foolin'" (1926), "Rio Rita" (1927), "Rosalie" (1928) and "Whoopee" (1928 – 1929). Also performed in The Ziegfeld Follies of 1925 and 1927. Photo: Alfred Cheney Johnston.
After the first world war (1914-18 women's fashion became more masculine. Female clothes became looser and more shapeless in fit. The bust was suppressed, the waist disappeared, the shoulders became broader and hair shorter and shorter. Narrow boyish hips