The "Must Have" Dress in the Wardrobe
In a quandary about what to wear out to a swanky dinner, soiree or for New Years Eve? The answer is very simple - drum roll please.....The Little Black Dress officially known as the LBD. The LBD was introduced by designer Coco Chanel and became made a staple in every ladies closet with Audrey Hepburn in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) donning a Givenchy LBD. Today, the LBD is a must have in every fashionistas wardrobe. Even this fashionista is opting for a lovely LBD versus the previous red number sited in the last blog. Why? Well, perhaps a bit too many holiday festivities this season. The LBD is perfection on any woman divine silhouette after a month of having so much fun!
"Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman."
Angie and the LBD
The Perfect Little Black Dress (LBD)
I. Simple, classic and eternal.
"One is never over or under dressed with a little black dress."
II. Diane Von Furstenberg adds flair and chic style to this number.
|Diane Von Furstenberg Sleeveless A-Line Dress|
III. Alfred Sung - Party Essential with a bow in the back. So pretty.
|Alfred Sung Boatneck Sheath Dress|
IV. The Sexy Pump- Simple is always unforgettable and versatile. Do not opt for funky pumps unless the cost is minimal.
|Stuart Weitzman 'Nouveau' Pump|
|Sarah Jessica Parker - SJP 'Fawn 100' Pump (Women)|
"When a little black dress is right, there is nothing else to wear in it's place."
V. The One and Only Accessory - Well - Maybe Two:
Pearls....Either Real or Costume
|Nordstrom 6mm Glass Pearl Extra Long Strand Necklace|
Some Diamond Bling
|Nadri Pear Drop Earrings|
VI. Finishing Touches...
Spritz of Perfume
Lips....Chanel...Will not Come Off all Night!!
|CHANEL ROUGE DOUBLE INTENSITÉUltra Wear Lip Color|