Dancing in the 1920's was extremely popular. Evening dresses in tiers of shot tulle or silver lace and tea-rose brocade with Turkish trousers of looped chiffon , along with lame jackets were worn with wings and trains of sparkiling chiffon, turbans with fountains of ostrich feathers. Balls and banquets were full of women in Luciles evening dresses, a popular brand. Negligees and tea-gowns were hardily different from Luciles designs for the Ziegfeld Follies. Vogue was filled with Egyptian gandouras, caucasian waistcoats overdresses of metal bead embroidery, chains of gold, nets of pearls, butterfly sleeves of golden gauze, earings dropping to the breasts and head dresses of shooting feathers. Ida Rubinstein's dress by Worth looked like the saris of the Indian dancer Roshanana who turned out to be english.