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Two Brewers 114 Clapham High Street, London, United Kingdom | Map
start date: 2020-03-27 | finish date: 2020-03-27
The Peaky Blinders request the pleasure of your company at an event to celebrate the onset of the Roaring Twenties, in the Club Room at the Two Brewers, Clapham.
Live music will be supplied by The Swing II Soul Collective, a 4-piece band with singers Diane Horan Hill, Miles Elliott and Phil Lee-Thomas, presenting classic swing from the era, to ska, funk, soul and Postmodern Jukebox-inspired reinterpretations of modern pop songs.
Dress in your finest Twenties clothing; there will be a Best Dressed Catwalk, with prizes to be won!
What to wear:
For him: Peaky Blinders are known for their sharp suits, crisp shirts and, of course, their trademark caps. A wool overcoat and classic lace-up work boots are a must for any gangster look. A pocket watch is the ultimate accessory. Umbrella optional.
For her: Fashion for women was all about ‘getting loose’. drop waist, a sash or belt around the low waist or hip and a skirt that hangs anywhere from ankle on up to the knee but never above. Cloche hats, seamed stockings, a purse, gloves and maybe jewellery. Shoes T-straps, single or double strap Mary Janes, and walking Oxfords. Elegant and decadent with beaded flapper dresses or long evening gowns. Accessories include the head band, stoles, boas, bracelets and necklaces.
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