1920s Women shot in Autochrome Color –
Not very often does one come across color imagery of women’s fashion and dress looks from the 1920’s, but the National Geographic Stock Online have some stunning color photographs for sale of late 1920s women from different parts of the world – all taken around the same time period.
You can also read our popular post on 1920’s Fashion – Women’s Dress and Style
|1920’s woman in Oxford – 1928 – Clifford R Adams – National Geographic|
|Two young 1920s women – Belfast – 1928 – National Geographic – Clifford R Adams|
|1920s Flapper in 1950’s – National geographic- Neal P Davis|
|Two Flappers – Arizona – 1929 – National Geographic – Clifford r adams|
|Mexican woman – Brownsville Texas – National Geographic|
|Two 1920s women buying ice cream – Cornwall 1928 – National Geographic|
|Two german women – 1929 – Cologne – Wilhelm Tobien – National Geographic|
|1920s woman – Glouchester, mass – National Geographic|
|Women Archers – Austin Texas – 1928 – National Geographic|
|Woman – Isle of Wight – 1928 – National Geographic|
|Two 1920s women – Laredo Texas – Cliffors R Adams – National Geographic|
The last one is my favorite – it’s like a French master. And there’s so much more over at National Geographic. Enjoy.
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10 thoughts on “1920’s Women in Colour – Beautiful”
Oh, I have never seen pictures like these in color! Gorgeous! It gives me a whole new perspective.
Beautiful! Have you notice: no women wear pants ! I think pants at that time was just for the avant-garde fashion users…
So pretty. I love the colors!
beautiful photos! thanks!!
the "flapper" is actually a woman in 1957 in 1920s dress…
I love all the photos with the red mailboxes!
My favourite is the Glouchester, Mass one… I love the waisted Paul Poiret style – you always see the one 'flapper' style but there is more to 20s fashion than that!
How lovely! Black and white fashion photos bug me because color is so important! Thanks for sharing these gems!
I love vintage fashion. And looking up things from history. Its so intersting :)
OH MY GOOOOODNESS. These are just heartbreakingly gorgeous. THANK YOU for sharing!!
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