It should come as no surprise to a majority of Americans that baseball is considered America’s national past time. In fact, for many people baseball has always been an enormous part of everyday life. Every day we are draped in unique clothing to partake in such sport. This time period all together was a fashion revolution to say the least. Females were getting scandalous and males were getting dapper in their everyday fashion wardrobe. For outings one would dress up and go to a baseball game. The game of baseball had very specific and timeless outfits. The outfits were trying to incorporate the time period of the 1920’s, which opened with an explosion of color and the wailing sounds and fast rhythms of jazz and energetic dancing. To keep up baseball teams worse wool caps, wool jerseys with a long sleeve shirt beneath it typically, wool and very wide bottoms that are ¾ lengths with room to show their socks. Three notable portions of the 1920’s baseball uniform are the tops, the coloring & graphics, and patches.
The decade of the 1920’s is often characterized as a period of American prosperity and optimism. This was the Jazz Age, the decade of the flappers. The 1920’s opened with an explosion of color and the wailing sounds and fast rhythms of jazz and energetic dancing. It was a time of tremendous change in America. America was one of the victors in the First World War and it enjoyed a period of great prosperity in the twenties. The Americans were opposed to anything that might drag them into another European war. Many Americans simply wanted to enjoy the prosperity that had developed in the previous decade and felt that foreign entanglements would threaten it. For the next decade America kept to herself for the most part.
Most Americans enjoyed a high standard of living. Food was plentiful and cheap thanks to the vast quantity produced on American farms. More and more people bought their own houses through mortgages. Thanks to...