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October 20, 2011  | by: Lindsay Shoemake

Alberta Ferretti's take on the Jazz Age dress is light and airy.

The Spring 2012 runways are full of looks fit for a scene straight out of The Great Gatsby, with drop waist skirts, geometric prints, and ornate jewelry gracing the catwalks of numerous designers. According to New York Magazine’s online fashion blog, The Cut, the culmination of over 450 fashion shows indicates that this trend is going to take the fashion industry by storm come spring.

Designers channeling the roaring Jazz Age on their runways includes Etro, Gucci, Alberta Ferretti, and Tory Burch.

This Gucci dress has all of the delicate details that tie together an effortlessly vintage look.

When it comes to paying homage to the days of flapper girls and speakeasies, it’s the little details that count.  Beaded embellishments, swaths of metallic fabric, fringe, ruffles, and pearls turn an ordinary dress into a frock worthy of dancing the Charleston in.

Gucci’s stunning black and gold number radiates class and modern elegance with a vintage twist.  With its gold fringe and plunging neckline, the dress is sure to turn heads.

Be on the lookout for these new trends to hit popular retailers like H&M and Forever 21 in the coming months, where sellers are usually first to jump on the bandwagon by offering new looks at the lowest prices.

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