The Black Dress

The LBD has some history behind so Let’s start with a little history…….
“Its silhouette has changed over the years, but the LBD remains supremely chic”.

The Birth of the LBD

Perhaps more than any other piece of clothing, the little black dress is, women have been told, the essential, the one that will take you practically anywhere. And perhaps more than any other designer, Coco Chanel was the one who made it ubiquitous. She did not invent the concept, of course, but according to Coco Chanel: The Legend and the Life (by Justine Picardine, $40, amazon.com), “the little black dress was not formally identified as the shape of the future until 1926, when American Vogue published a drawing of a Chanel design.… It was an apparently simple yet elegant sheath, in black crêpe de Chine, with long, narrow sleeves, worn with a string of white pearls; and Vogue proved to be correct in the prediction that it would become a uniform.…” Contrast that description with these more elaborate dresses from 1925. [taken from realsimple.com]

Un vesitidito negro te saca de cualquier apuro. Por experiencia propia, si te dan 5 minutos para ponerte lista creeme LBD se va conmigo! Acompañado de mis lipstick rojo y unos pumps llegas a cualquier lugar super elegante!

Every women should have a black dress. It can be a simple one, elegant, short or long, Old or not. It’s so elegant, chic and classy! It is so essential to have it in your closet. Here are some pictures of my LBD.

Dresses are from Windsor Store
Windsor Store

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Fotografia por: Mouhsine Idrissi
Mouhsine Idrissi Photography
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