Fashion is constantly evolving over time, from bell-bottoms and tie-dye to color-blocking and mod clothing, the styles that we see come down the runway are unique each season. While purchasing a top in the latest fabric or accessorizing with a trendy midi ring is fun, when it comes to creating your own fashion sense, it is always nice to fall back onto a traditional piece like the little black dress.
While first introduced by Coco Chanel and made timelessly famous by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the LBD has always made an iconic statement. Time and time again we see Fashionistas come back to the idea that the LBD is the essential piece of clothing that can be practical for any situation.
There is not a style that the LBD doesn’t come in. These Fashionistas perfectly exemplify that there is a style made for every unique individual. From high-waisted and peplum styles to scoop neck and V-cut necklines, there is a LBD style that is flattering for every Fashionista. These Fashionistas have an array of dress styles including a simple cut, one with lace details and another with white accents. Adding a pop of color is a great way to add personality and flare to this classic look. Whether it’s a statement necklace, a brightly colored cardigan or boldly colored shoes, these Fashionista’s have each added their own style to the LBD. Yet another allure of the LBD look is that the pairing of shoes is limitless. While choosing between heels, flats or pumps or colored, shiny or leather styles, rest assured that any shoe goes well with a LBD.
While the silhouette continues to change year after year, the LBD remains tremendously chic. Short, long, fitted or flowing, and made in every fabric imaginable, the LBD is, and will always be, a staple in every wardrobe.
What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “There isn’t any occasion that a little black dress is not perfect for. Shop around and find a dress that is cut and detailed to your own personality. Accessorize it to your unique style. Everyone has such a different fashion sense, and that can be seen through the classic little black dress.”