What colors were popular 1920s? – Flapper Dress Pattern Mccalls 6954 Cochise

Here’s what colors were popular in 1920s (when I was in high school, this was 1920s):

The colors are not really from 1920s, but were used as “standard” colors in a different era of Americana and rock music. That era, which I’m referring to as the Rock Band era, was really only in the mid to late 1990s, so the color schemes were really very similar.

If we look at “Sandy”, one of the main Rock Band characters in that era of musical culture, and then take into account the other characters (for example, “Shrek” – “Tiny Toon Adventures” by “Candyland” – “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers”), they had very similar color schemes as well.

Here are the colors, if you don’t like them:

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This seems to be what the religious people who are the best advocates of the way of things say about spirituality – that it is a false religion. They tell us religion is a false tradition. They tell us it is a thing for good guys to do. And I think many of them are right.

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