A: Try the “sturdy flapper” look.
C: Try the “tough girl” look.
D: Dress for style. And then you’ll get to see why a lot of the “modern flapper” looks are really just that, and why it’s okay to think of yourself as a style-savvy type.
H: That’s a good point, actually! I love modern flappers. They’re so chic – the tight dresses, the tight blouses. (This sounds weird – but I think it’s pretty damn good).
P: The look of that flapper girl was made famous by the French aristocrat, Madame D’Albret, who was known for her sharpness and sass.
H: Yeah, D’Albret’s look is a little like modern flappers and flappers, but it was much more elegant and more professional. (It’s the idea of “modern” flappers that I’m particularly excited by).
P: Another thing I like about those “modern” looks (like D’Albret’s) is that they allow women to not only look fashionable but also be fashionable, and at the same time to be smart.
H: Yep! Fashion, too.
P: Fashion is what I’m trying to explore in this post. Fashion is like the essence of feminine sexuality in a way. When you style, you want to look sexy. But do you dress so sexy that it makes you look less masculine? The answer seems to be yes. I mean, fashion certainly encourages you to be sexy, but it does it in ways that don’t turn you into a man.
I would love to hear how “feminine sexuality” is applied in your personal choices. I really enjoyed the conversation!
Thank you to both of you! This is a really fun read!
P.S. I know a lot of you have questions. I’d love to hear your thoughts! I also know I haven’t included some important aspects yet like why “modern” flappers do not look like today’s women – though I’m working on that.
The following is an excerpt from my book, The Way of the Warrior. Part One
THE WAY OF THE WIZARD
For thousands of years, men had long fought to the death in the name of religion. But the time
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