1920s looks, especially after the re-make of The Great Gatsby movie, are still hot and apparently will be hot for quite a while. Saying that, I had been thinking it wouldn’t be hot for this long of a time but looks like I am wrong. Besides the parties, wedding ceremonies etc. that are held with Great Gatsby themes, which are all over the place nowadays, the style itself has quite a strong place with women especially.

So, having that said, as well, it is note worthy that the style is not easy to find in department stores, not really. Either, you’ll have to design your own, or you’ll find a crafty person you’ll make it for you. Well, I keep making more and more and they are selling quite well, and pretty quick, though I’d like to give tips for how do it, as well.

How to create a 1920s Great Gatsby look for plus size curvy

This Gatsby design dress features, size 24, for curvy plus size girl ! Here I have black all pleads dress, that I layered and finished edges with ivory – hand dyed in tea little vintage lace. I made a little matching lace on the neck opening as well . To pull this look together I included a vintage lace that I used for a sash and another lace texture for a flower pin that comes with the dress! The dress has a little button openings on the back and has a free style , for smaller than size 24 to bigger size as well ! Convo me in case on any questions, and please leave your feedback in-case you did not understand any of the how-to steps or if you need more details.

 

Measurements:
Bust (armpit to armpit): 25 to 28 inches
Waist (laying flat): 25 inches and up
Hips (laying flat): 25 inches and up
Length (from shoulders to hem): 45 inches
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