Skirts rose to just below the knee by , allowing flashes of leg to be seen when a girl danced or walked through a breeze, although the way they danced made any long loose skirt flap up to show their legs. The magazines kept her up to date on fashion, arts, sports, and modern technology such as automobiles and telephones. Now the 'flapper' is Miss Clare Lesley, the Dean's tomboy daughter Horn-rimmed glasses were also popular. The physically demanding jobs called for the creation and social acceptance of women's pants in society. For all the concern about women stepping out of their traditional roles, however, many flappers were not engaged in politics. They were considered a significant challenge to traditional Victorian gender roles, devotion to plain-living, hard work and religion. The incident was duly reported to the officials of the bank, and rules adopted regarding requirements in dress for female employees. The more noise the buckles made, the better they flapped, that's why we were called flappers.
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