Timeless style of a little black dress


Do you have black dress in your wardrobe ready for the sudden invitations to go out? Yes… yeah… ja… da… I am sure 99 percent of the women in the world will give the answer of yes to this question. And most will go to try if it still fits after such a question. From 7 to 70 year most of the women have a little black dress, abbreviated as LBD keeping up with the times, in her wardrobe.  In fact, the nobility of the LBD is common for all women.

The women met up with this irreplaceable little black dress fashion when Coco Chanel gave a pose with her sexy black dress for Vogue in 1926. She was successful to change women to an art work with pants and glamorous jewelries. She also succeeded to start the trend of LBD.

Audrey Hepburn with Givenchy-designed black dress at Breakfast in Tiffany’s has been unforgettable. In this film she flaunted little black dress fire in the heart of all women.

The French Lolita Catherine Deneuve was amazing with her black dress in 1960s. Princess Diana turned out to be the woman who made the best use of LBD’s power. When the whole kingdom was struggling with her, she did not hesitate to show her power with her LBD.

The sexiest woman ever, Marilyn Monroe, of course was the one to wear the sexiest little black dress which has been ever and never seen. She sometimes wore a cardigan or a shawl with her LBD.

In 2000’s Michelle Obama has carried the flag of LBD. She became the most liked and may be the most clever first lady being aware of the effect of LBD. Obama tightened her charm by wearing small black dresses often.

From the world of fashion, Kate Moss will never be forgotten in her little black dress.

 

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