Jazz Age

Jazz Age

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  • Fashion of 1920's
  • Wealthy Lifestyles of 1920's
  • F.Scott Fitzgerald
  • Women were more towards lose fitting clothing and no shapewear clothing to have a loser feel.Clothing for women was now based off of comfort and convenience instead of looks.Men clothing was now less formal and easier to have.It was less strict and easier to move around in had large trousers.
  • Organized Crime
  • Having money in the 1920's meant that you had party's,women,alcohol,and music.A sign of wealth was having party's and having music in your house which was not common.Another sign of wealth was having a lot of color on your clothing.
  • Music
  • He is one of the "primary spokesmen" for the jazz age.People in that age felt that he really and trully understood them.He set and paved the road to become one of America's greatest writers.
  • Speakeasies
  • This erea is also known as the "prohibiton era" becuase achoal was banned.People would sell achoal illegally and they were called "Boot Leggers".Most people were not caught as people helped those selling it.
  • Music in the jazz age was constantly changing and was mainly about jazz.Most of the music of this era came out of New Orleans. The most popular singers and songwriters were Louis Armstrong and Duke Wellington.
  • Speakies were unlincesed and illagel places where achoal was sold during the prohibitoin era for people to drink.They were normally behind normal stores or hidden away in basments so they were hard to find and not easy to get into.
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