I definitely get what this person is saying - but, it’s not entirely accurate… getting on kind of a historical rant here:
In the 1920s women had come very far in terms of early feminism, we see the restrictions of the corsets removed and replaced with looser, more boyish shaped clothing. There was also a sexual liberation as women fought for contraception to be legal, and therefore to have a say in when they can have children; their bodies, their right.
I understand that Boardwalk Empire may be presenting women in a much simpler light, but I don’t think much has changed in terms of vanity. Women were expected to look and dress a certain way and while times may have been “simpler” by our standards, those women were acting as they should under the societal norms. I feel like just as many “unforgivable things” as we do now - just now we have facebook, tumblr, texting and a whole other slew of ways for our laundry to be aired./rant
My creation inspired by animated character Lisa Simpsons of The Simpsons.
**Mimicking Lisa’s classic red dress and shoes, with the pearl necklace that she’s always wearing. I’ve paired the outfit with a matching pearl bracelet, a music note necklace for her love of the saxophone and a pair of reading earrings for her smarts.
little elephant，that’s not your fault…