An Immortal Fashion: Little Black Dresses
For decades, it has been told that every girl should have at least one little black dress and here is why!
Little black dresses are a legend and they are appreciated by every single woman as they are always flattering. They are long lasting, budget friendly and very versatile in style.
It also has a unique history. The very first little black dress was designed by the legendary Coco Chanel herself in 1920s and was a very modern touch on the dress. It was easily used without any corset day and night, and was plain and sexy which is still valid. It was a revolution for the fashion industry and it has been worn endlessly ever since created!
You here often that a wardrobe is not complete without a little black dress. This is because you can wear them any time you think that you have nothing to wear! Even a plain one can shine like a diamond especially with some good touch of jewelry and some nice shoes so all of these make them our essential piece. Let’s have a look at some iconic models of little black dresses through time.
1920s flapper fashion.
Marilyn Monroe in 1950s.
Madonna in 1980s.
Princess Diana in 1990s
Jennifer Anniston in 2000s
Emma Stone in 2000s
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