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Put the SOCIAL back into Networking

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Social Networking, Jazz Era Costume Tour, Antique Tour

Feb. 27th Wednesday 5:30 to 730pm at Darien Historical Society
45 Old Kings Highway North
$15 Members and $20 for Guests Pre-Registration required

Socialize, Network, Have Fun Seeing the Costumes and Touring the Antiques

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS AND SIGN UP

Fashion swept into the modern age offering designs for the flat, boyish silhouette: bare arms, low waists, short skirts, without the bonds of corsets. In 1927, skirts were shortest – just below the knee. Then fashion, ever changing with the times, began to look for ways to bring the skirt length down! The cosmetic industry was also flourishing. Elizabeth Arden and others supplied make-up for stylish red “cupid bow” lips and kohl-blackened eyes.

Darien residents were not exempt from the good times. At clubs, like Tokeneke and Ballast Reef, there were regular beachside Saturday night dances and costume parties – all for fun!

Try SPEED NETWORKING SESSION  that evening too!

Categories: General
Carol W.

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