A flapper girl is someone who is a bit different. Not as different as a girl in a suit with a lot of jewelry and a man in a flapper hat—but a girl who wears her hair up with some jewelry and she has some tuxedo, if I may use such an insult. If you’re into fashion, she’s really an outsider; she is a dress, and she is a woman who is a bit of a rebel. When I was a little girl, my father took me up around to the balcony, at the top of the steeple—the top of the tallest house in the city, in a little slum called the Little House. The balcony had been built out of the back yard (from the city), and it was just so big, and so low, and I just felt like I had to be with my father on top of this thing. I grew up a little bit in that sort of environment, and I loved it. I really loved it. And I’m a flapper girl now. Flapper girls are girls with a certain sense of style. Like, they are very tall—they’re not really tall, because they’re young, they are a little bit too tall—but they have a bit of a swagger about them, and you find them in very many different forms.
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