Jazz Age was women's fashion. 'Flappers' emerged as an icon of the decade. 'Flappers' were young women who defied traditional social norms by engaging in rebellious behavior like smoking, drinking, dancing, and other 'unladylike' behaviors. Flappers ''epitomized the spirit of a reckless rebel who danced the nights away in the Jazz Age.'' Until the 1920s, these behaviors were typically acceptable for men, but not women.
Made the purchase and consumption of alcohol illegal