For this glitzy party theme we are going back to The Roaring Twenties that was a time of prohibition, corruption, gangsters and molls, bootlegging, gambling, organised crime and prostitution. Alcohol was banned but don’t worry, if you can get your supply through your back door without the police catching you then feel free to buy as much as you want for your party. Gangsters were perceived to have women, money, cars and fine clothes and loved to show these things off in the neighbourhood. The Tommy Gun ruled with fast cars driving by restaurants and a barrage of automatic fire would come from the open window of the vehicle cutting down rival gang leaders whilst they dined with their lady. Women came out of their shells in this era as they publicly drank, smoked, and partied into the early hours. They were often known as Flappers. Your venue should have dimmed lighting and posters on the wall of classic cars and famous gangsters such as Al Capone. Silent movies could be playing on the TV along with Jazz music or perhaps great dance music like the Charleston. You will have great fun getting into Gangsters and Molls fancy dress costumes and accessories. Here at Party Connection we have a fantastic selection so there is no need to shop anywhere else especially with our speedy delivery service. How about a Fat Cat costume with Trilby hat, spiv tash, spats, braces and Tommy gun to keep any rival gangs at bay. Incidentally, a gangster’s moll is another name for a gangster’s girlfriend. She could wear a Flapper dress with pearls, pink feather boa and smoking a cigarette from a long stemmed cigarette holder. A Tommy gun handbag could rest menacingly on her shoulder.