Hi, I'm Alex.|
I'm a 23 year old education graduate from Canada.
If you like fairy tales, whimsical things, Sailor Moon, vintage fashion, old movies, the Victorian era, good music, pin-ups, mean girls, harry potter, Disney, and have a weird sense of humor- then this blog is for you.
My simblr : http://justasimblr.tumblr.com/
I'm also documenting my weightloss- I've been suffering from lazyness my whole life, and I'm taking steps to become fit.
Height: 5'6 1/2
Current Weight: 137.5
Ultimate Goal Weight: 125
“The Penalty” (1920) - Wallace Worsley
Miss Lois Hoover & her pet pig, December 1, 1925
250 Films in 2012 | 236 | The Toll of the Sea (1922)
► Silent (47/50)
Lili Damita in Das Spielzeug von Paris (Michael Curtiz, 1925)
Pola Negri 1920’s
The spirit of the heron maiden
woodblock print by Taniguchi Kokyo (1864-1915), dated 1925
Hairstyles of the 1920s created more controversy in hair fashion than in any other period of American culture. And one hairstyle, known simply as 3/4 ‘the bob’, would be at the center of this great debate. First introduced during the Great War, the bob haircut would eventually cause a revolution in the way women would wear their hair 3/4 forevermore.(x)
From left to right: Gloria Swanson, Joan Crawford, Jessie Matthews, Clara Bow, Yvonne Printemps, Pauline Stark, Constance Talmadge, Josephine Baker, Madame Lucien Lelong.