Tuesday, December 14

Black Out

A lot of fashion designers added this sexy dress to their collections and it’s always popular and classic, as we see. The little black dress was first introduced by Coco Chanel in 1920 and it has become the epitome of timeless fashion. A black dress is incredibly compliant and versatile. It has been endorsed with being one of the most classic and wearable pieces of womens clothing. Smart, sexy, seductive or minimalist, a little black dress can be something that you want it to be. Over the years, the little black dress has undergone hemline, shoulder, strap and fabric variations but has never become outdated.

Dresses with their own focal points need very little accessorizing. A dash of color for the daytime or a hint of sparkle with jewelry for the nights are all that you need to get going. Perfect for any occasion, the little black dress can be dressed up or down. Wear it with a cardigan and pumps for work, a hot pair of open toe heels and jewelry at night, or sandals and scarf on the weekends. It's also perfect for fall and winter with a pair of boots. It seems the little black dress is here to stay forever.

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