Lift you leg up as if you're doing a walking motion, and then put your hands out! It's like you're about to cut a rug doing the Charleston.
Flappers were a seductive bunch, and one way you can get that feeling into your photos is by sticking your leg out and to the side and hike you skirt a little. Don't be surprised if you catch a gangster's eye with this one.
The starlet look has a lot of smoldering within it, and a whole lot of confidence. Give your best haughty look through your eyes and raise your cigarette holder. As if you're saying, "Excuse me, darling?" to a reporter's pressing question.
Flappers loved to dance so any pose that looks like you're in the middle of cutting a rug is a great one. We like this one just because it's easy to do and has a lot of movement to it! Nobody has a beef with this chassis!
Gangsters and flappers pair up so well, is it any wonder that we've paired them up to show off how great they are together? This one shows them both packing heat in the form of Tommy guns, just like Bonnie and Clyde.
Carrying on with the armed and dangerous theme, we have the gangster fella here in a shootout with his girl at his side. "You'll never catch these two, coppas!"
Danger and seduction in one shot! The gangster is thinking of how he can take more territory, by force if necessary, and she is looking good thinking of how she can be successful as a dancer on Broadway. Together they sum up the intrigue and romanticism of the era!
Have a seat! We really like this pose because it looks casual, yet flirty and fun. Sit down on your guy's lap and stick you leg out. He'll support you, and if he looks smug that's because he just got a smuggled shipment of premium whiskey from Canada!