A boy servant who is employed to run errands, a messenger at a hotel/office, or a bride's attendant at a wedding who carries her train up and down the aisle1. Also known as page. This is a somewhat outdated use of the word.

Jaw-length or shoulder-length hairstyle with the ends curled inward. Close relation of the bob and sometimes referred to as such. Hair should be smooth, bangs are usually part of the ensemble. First became popular during the 1920s as part of the flapper look, Louise Brooks being the quintessential example.

1Thanks to shimmer.

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