Casual suits and hats were worn by men. Dresses were worn by ladies. People dressed formally.
Alcohol was prohibited, but it did not stop people who were wealthy.
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Illegal liquor trafficing was one of the biggest crimes. The people of the roaring 20's handled business at secret bars, also known as speakeasies and distribution systems for bootlegging, which led to wealth.
Music was very different and no one knows where it really came from, but today we know this kind of music as "Jazz".
F. Scott Fitzgerald was an advocate during the Jazz Era. He was a great writer. He attended Princeton University and went to the military. He married Zelda Sayre in 1920, but it wasn't always good. He died at the age of 44 because of alcohol addiction, he had a heart attack.
The Jazz Age was a post-World War I movement in the 1920s from which jazzmusic and dance emerged. Although the era ended with the outset of the Great Depression in 1929, jazz has lived on in American popular culture.