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80th Anniversary of Repeal Day!

Posted on the 05 December 2013 by Nguzan @BAMFStyle

Eighty years ago, the powers that be brilliantly repealed the Volstead Act, the prohibitive act that made the production, transport, and sale of alcohol illegal in the United States. From the implementation of the 18th amendment on January 17, 1920 until the repeal with the 21st amendment on December 5, 1933, folks in the U.S. were not allowed to sell booze, although they were technically allowed to drink and privately own it.

If you have a Repeal Day party, or if you just want to celebrate in vintage style, check out some of the 1920s-themed posts on BAMF Style for inspiration…

Let Nucky, Jimmy, and Gatsby be the guides for your 1920s style.

Let Nucky, Jimmy, and Gatsby be the guides for your 1920s style.

From Boardwalk Empire on HBO:

From 1974′s The Great Gatsby adaptation:

There’ll be plenty more 1920s style posts to come, but these are good ways to make sure you stand out on December 5th!


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