Everything About Little Black Dresses

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It’s that one staple piece that can’t go missing in any woman’s wardrobe. It’s the one that gets you out of trouble when you have nothing to wear to a last minute event. You know the one. The one you can accessorize for any occasion.

It’s classic, simple, yet elegant, all at once… Yes, we’re talking about the little black dress!

Classic. Simple. Elegant.

Introduced in the late 1920s and first popular in the 1930s, the little black dress, or LBD as some affectionately call it, is a classic piece of women’s clothing. It’s a dress that lets you play with how you accessorize it, be it with pearls, diamonds, a pendant, bright colors, you name it! You can accessorize it for any occasion and it will always look good! From cocktails on girl’s night to a date night out in town! You love that dress, don’t you? Well, let me tell you something, that dress that you love so much is more than a simple dress, it has a history. It’s not just a piece of clothing, it’s a statement.

It is essential because of its minimalism. The best designers in the world declare true style lies in form. Not in embellishments or garish trends. Black is a statement by itself. Its minimalism takes away everything unimportant, leaving itself to appreciate.

A little black dress symbolizes effortless elegance, simplicity, and style. It is essential for every woman because it is iconic, versatile, and timeless. Wear it as it is, or accessorize it with shoes or jewelry. Add layers like a shrug or denim blazer to enjoy style flexibility when you need it most.


Len Parent

“The most important thing to remember is that you can wear all the greatest clothes and all the greatest shoes, but you’ve got to have a good spirit on the inside. That’s what’s really going to make you look like you’re ready to rock the world.” —Alicia Keys

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