Written before the Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald portrays the casual, elegant, lifestyle of the wealthy during the the 1920, Jazz Age.
When I found my great aunt Bunny's photo album, I was amazed at the stylishly Gatsby lifestyle, she and her husband Harold Cotter lived, during the Jazz Age, in Chicago. They had no children, so were able to devote themselves to each other like no other couple in my family.
a trademark of an elegant gentleman.
Looking sporty with a wild colored knit sweater, and two toned shoes, Harold has the right look for 1927.
The mark of a fashionable gentleman in the 1920's, included the right hat and overcoat, especially in Chicago, where my family lived during that time.
Nobody, carried off that distinguished silhouette better than my grandfather, William Preston Williams, seen here in a Lama-skin, coat, with his son, and my father, Bill Williams in, 1925.
When it came to jazzing it up, Bunny and Harold Cotter, carried the torch, for fashion, style and elegance, in 1927, seen her, sitting on their sporty convertible.
Stay tuned as, Vintage Maybelline Fashion Week, continues tomorrow.