Here's the child bride on New Year's Eve. We went to a 1920s-themed murder-mystery party. The child bride was, appropriately, some gangster's child bride. I was one of many people suspected of killing him.
My favorite element of Rachel's costume, not pictured here, was her comedy telescoping cigarette holder. I liked it especially because the packet it came in had the Engrish admonishment: "Be always happy with practical joke."
Because I am cheap and not very inventive, I simply wore a tie and a flat cap. I made up for my lack of costume by faking an Irish accent the whole night. How an Irish accent is somehow 1920s-esque I do not know.