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These metallic, tassel-trimmed loafers could've come straight out of Jay Gatsby's own closet.
Soft, kimono-style jackets like these were all the rage in Fitzgerald's time, and look just as cool layered over leather leggings and a slightly sheer, slouchy tee today. It's all about that play on proportions!
Most Gatsby-themed shopping roundups tend to include over-the-top feathered circlets, bow-adorned cloche hats and beaded headwraps. Gorgeous, yes, but not the most wearable. This shimmering single strand of faux pearls and rhinestones, however, will work on anyone, anywhere—and you can't beat that price.
Tasseled earrings were a staple in every Jazz Age lady's jewelry box. Leave it to one of this era's hottest designers, Isabel Marant, to put her own perfect twist on the piece.
An ideal drop-waisted pick for a day at the shore—whether you hail from East Egg, West Egg or Williamsburg.
An investment piece that'll pay for itself in compliments (if perhaps not an invite to one of Gatsby's famous mansion fêtes).
The most simple, streamlined way to test-drive the '20s-style tassel.
Skip all other jewelry and let that incredible embellished yoke speak for itself.
Jazz Age-inspired Jewelry for your feet.
Wear it with second-skin black denim and your favorite moto jacket for a thoroughly un-period look.
A slightly more unexpected way to wear pearls.
Hemlines this short sure didn't fly back in the '20s—but that soft mint hue and pretty lace definitely did. A perfect combination of two very different periods.
Founded in the late 1800s, Whiting & Davis was every society girl go-to for chain mesh accessories during the Jazz Age. Now relaunched and offering more modern silhouettes, the brand still caters to stylish types looking for an extra dash of metallic flash.
Dress it up with metallic stilettos and a matching clutch, or go slightly more casual with flat summer sandals and an easy side braid. Either way, Daisy Buchanan would most certainly approve.
Tackle two trends at once—Gatsby glamour and tapestry prints.