Friday, 16 November 2012

Attitudes & Behaviour

After the war ended, people altered their lifestyles and adapted their attitudes. This gave the 1920s a special character.

Manners became less formal, and people started to wear more casual clothing. In addition, younger people were free to live away from their parents.

Young girls started to smoke in public and they wore alot of make up. Along with these, they also started to cut off their hair and go to parties without a chaperone. In addition, their skirts were shortened. 

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