Explore Roaring 20s Fashion, Roaring Twenties, and more!

Queen Ena - 1919 - Roaring 1920's Fashion Icon - Curves were out, skin was in, pearls were long and draped over chests made as flat as possible

Queen Ena: Roaring Fashion Icon Ena Baga, named for the Queen of Spain, known for playing organ at silent movies and her flamboyant dress.

@Laura Callahan  Next girls trip??? throw a Gatsby themed party

Bachelorette Party: what to wear to a Great Gatsby party. Pinning just incase the opportunity ever arises!

Hully Hully Gully ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring accessories, eyewear, sunglasses, glasses, occhiali and elsa schiaparelli

This is how I'd wear geek chic glasses. Elsa Schiaparelli - House of Schiaparelli Surreal Pearl Eyebrow Glasses

Queen Mary of the United Kingdom wearing the Vladimir Tiara - When the Grand Duchess Vladimir died in 1920, the Tiara passed to her daughter, Princess Nicholas of Greece who sold the jewels to benefit both her family & Russian charities. She sold this piece in 1921 to Queen Mary. In Part 2 of De Kongelige Juveler, one can see a written record of the purchase; the tiara was sold to Mary along with a diamond riviere for a price of £28,000 with all but £3,000 paid at the time of writing.

Queen Mary, wearing the Tiara of the Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna, the Elder, of Russia, with its original pearls.

Letizia, Queen of Spain, wearing the Mellerio Shell Tiara when she was Princess of Asturias

Mellerio Shell Tiara

MELLERIO SHELL TIARA Worn by Princess Letizia. Created Mellerio jeweler in It resembles a shell full of pearl and diamond drops that move with the .

Billie Burke, best known as The Good Witch in Wizard of Oz

Katherine Burke in a beautiful Ziegfield Follies costume (circa photography by Alfred Cheney Johnston “Beauty, of course, is the most important requirement and the paramount asset of the.

Empress Farah Pahlavi of Iran

Empress Farah Pahlavi of Iran is the former Queen and exiled Empress of Iran. She is the widow of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, and the only person to hold the office of Empress since pre-Islamic times.

Queen Alexandrine of Denmark (1879-1952) wears the Pearl Poiré Tiara with the necklace and earrings that were given by the Khedive of Egypt to the future Queen Louise of Denmark as a wedding gift in 1869

The Pearl Poiré Tiara. Queen Alexandrine of Denmark wearing the Pearl Poire Tiara with the necklace and earrings given by the Khedive of Egypt to Princess Louise of Denmark as a wedding gift in 1869

Pinterest
Search