WHAT YOUR CLOTHES SAY ABOUT YOU – THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS
The little black dress, often referred to simply by its initials LBD, is one of the most iconic and timeless pieces in fashion.
In 1926 Coco Chanel designed the revolutionary little black dress. Chanel was not the first to create a black dress but up until the 1920’s wearing black was a symbol of mourning and showing respect to the dead. Chanel’s LBD changed how a black dress was perceived. With its simple and elegant design it became a classic.
In 1961 Audrey Hepburn made the LBD famous once again, when she wore a little black dress designed by Hubert de Givenchy, in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The variations of the LBD has since customized through time and preserved its popularity. Adjusting from the 60’s mini dress, the 80’s broad shoulders to the 90’s grunge style.
The LBD signifies the combination of desire and comfort. It is elegant, simple and sophisticated. It can be dressed up and down. The LBD suits every age and it is appropriate for almost any occasion.
The LBD is the epitome of sophisticated chic.
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