It’s Fashion Royalty: The Little Black Dress!

Chanel's Favorite Dress: The 1920's LBD

It’s an elegant dose of history meets style, and this lovely dress broke through our fashion world in the 1920’s. Let’s just say it was love at first sight when Coco Chanel design graced the pages of Vogue. The world as we knew it changed, once we saw how effective “one look” defined how we dress. As the 1920’s entered the LBD became popular through some of our favorite starlets. One leading lady wore this popular dress in a favorable movie Breakfast At Tiffany’s. Audrey Hepburn stole the movie by wearing many dresses. But one adorable dress created a frenzy which revamped the LBD.

It’s a known fact that a woman’s wardrobe is very important. This one divine style turned many into fashion goddesses! Creatively, the LBD has been the top selling color, and style in many countries for years. For many it’s because of the pristine exposure that it gives, and the amazing feeling it sends when you’re representing one. It’s the one dress that accentuate the positives and leaves the flaws immediately behind. It’s luxurious and classic to the eye, leaving the viewer’s wanting more!

The LBD only gives the audience just enough, so we wait until there’s more. And over the years there’s been many looks produced. And each look keeps its elegance, and simplicity like the day it was introduced to us in 1926. It’s a national treasure which screams of perfection on many levels. Only because this dress has been a favorite for over 85 years and it will continue to live on as a delicacy to every woman.

With every LBD comes the opportunity to create a look that fits you, rather its pearls or diamonds. This dress poses great with any accessory and fit well with any personality. It’s an infinite piece of fashion royalty.

~Brittany J.

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