6 ways to enjoy the little black dressPosted 11th November 2015
The little black dress… the timeless, elegant, trusted to get noticed item that every woman should own. It’s the stylish dress that makes you feel your best; and you probably feel tempted to wear it for many occasions. Do you sometimes avoid wearing the dress because you fear everyone will say You wear that a lot? This does not have to be the case, you can make the little black dress look totally different with the right accessories and wearing your hair differently for example. Not only do your friends not recognise it to be the same dress, your dress will feel new again!
Here are 6 ways you can reinvent the little black dress, show just how stylish and adventurous you can be.
Look and feel stunningly glamorous in this outfit. The detail on the necklace perfectly sits on the neckline with sparkling accessories to add further glamour. The belt will look like part of the dress and picks out the silver in the jacket.
Do you like to show your wild side? Then this is the outfit for you. Realise the animal in you with this outfit RAWR!
FUN AND CREATIVE
Be adventurous by using a strong colour to make the dress look new again. The feathered necklace hangs down over part of the dress making it appear part of it. Matching this with accessories to intensify the colour.
Casual on trend and can be worn day or night. The hat will keep you warm and give you a dramatic edge to your look.
Feel like a goddess when you walk in to a room wearing this. The waist belt will make this little black body-con look like a peplum dress with gold expressive accessory pieces that every woman will admire and men will desire…
The edgy dynamic look that’s great to fit in with the rock scene but smart enough to head out to dinner or a night on town.
Hopefully now you will be feeling inspired to experiment and get creative with your look. Be adventurous with your outfits and see the difference it makes!
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