Hi ALL !
How are you pretties?
It’s Wednesday, it’s 9.30 PM in my watch and I am sure none of you are reading this right now because obviously , free Martini, duh? 😛
So, anyway , hope you guys are doing great and having loads of fun !
I, on the other side , present to you my next fashion report.
Yes, it’s the one you and me have waited long enough for!
Excuse me, but I would first want to pull you back to THIS outfit’s brief history.
The little black dress is said to be an evening, short cocktail dress , neatly cut and fabulously finished from all directions.
According to our only and very reliable source of information, fashion historians describe the origin of the little black dress to the 1920’s designs of Coco Chanel and Jean Patou. Oh and read this- ‘The black Givenchy dress of Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, designed by Hubert de Givenchy, epitomized the standard for wearing little black dresses accessorized with pearls (together called “basic black”), as was frequently seen throughout the early 1960s. The dress set a record in 2006 when it was auctioned for £410,000, six times its original estimate.’ (Thanks wikipedia)
Obviously , we all know , it is that ONE outfit ,your closet is incomplete without and you can ALWAYS swear by it. (well,almost!)
 It is that one fashion rule you can never break !
 Check out below and see spangle street going all LBD-ish.
Have fun!








There are endless ways to mold an LBD and that’s where the actual trick lies. How better you ”not” go overboard with your lil black dress is what will make it stand out in the eyes of fashion saints. Remember, most of the times, a lil black dress is given marks only on its cut and style and not really how you hide it with excessive accessories.
Last but not the least, do the perfect make-up and hair with it. I have used my bright orange lipstick with peach-rose and glossy blush. I have done the winged cum smokey eyes and highlighted with mascara and shadow-stylist. I could even use statement pumps with my outfit, but as I wanted to keep it simple to the maximum extent , I went for small partial
 wedge heels.
 Hope you liked it.
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Thanks for reading.
Big hug until next post.
see you around

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