No other garment reached so much fame and convinced us so quickly.
The little black dress -historically
A black dress was a typical attire for a widow during the 19. century.
The American Vogue first published the little black dress, designed by Gabrielle COCO Chanel in 1926. The first sketch was a small cut dress made out of China silk. It was covering the knees, had long sleeves, and was loose in the front and tight in the back. Iconic and famous is the little black dress after Audrey Hepburn was wearing it in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”
The little black dress -a basic for every wardrobe
In my personal opinion, this dress is a staple for every woman. Suitable for daytime in the office and wearable for dinner or a cocktail party. Especially if you are going for a straightforward design, you can style the dress differently. As far as I can remember I got so much wear out of this garment.
The little black dress -autumn looks
Due to the versatility of the dress, I styled different fall looks. The dress I have chosen is quite classy and on the more fancier side. Lace selves and a sophisticated cut give the dress a unique appearance.
A very classic look can be archived with a mid heel pump. In fact, a look which can be worn in the office. I have combined a scarf to dress down even more.
Another excellent presentation is with boots and a coat. And can we please talk about nature, the colors and the lightning? Nearly no editing was necessary.
What I Wore:
Dress by Dolce Gabbana (not current season) alternative Vila via Asos or Versace via Matchesfashion
Shoes by Gucci Model Marmont
Boots by Max Mara (not current season) alternative Louis Vuitton
Coat by Balmain
Scarf by Louis Vuitton
Handbag by Louis Vuitton Model Pochette Metis read more here
Have a great week everyone.