Which sport will you be wearing at the upcoming London Olympics?
Flapper men have long been a staple of the fashion world.
But as more and more athletes enter the sport, the flapper has found itself increasingly in the spotlight.
The London Olympics are on the horizon and the flappers have come under fire from a wide range of observers.
“I have been told that we should dress like the flamboyant athletes and not the people who live and work in the shadows,” said Kate Upton, the fashion designer behind the iconic leopard print suits worn by athletes including swimmer Usain Bolt.
I think that flappers are the only thing that really matters in the Olympics, said Upton, who will be a model in the competition.
However, there is no denying that the flap can be a significant factor in the Olympic Games.
A flapper is often seen wearing a suit or jacket over a white t-shirt and dark pants.
In an interview with the BBC, Upton described how flappers were the inspiration for her own outfits.
She added: “I started dressing like a flapper because I felt I could be me, and it didn’t matter what the clothes were or where I lived.
The clothes I wear have been influenced by the flaps.
They are all flappers.
I love that flapper look.
I think it is one of the most sexy, glamorous and unique styles of dressing.”