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THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS
The "little black dress" is considered by many women to be an essential part of a complete wardrobe. It is a well-known "rule of fashion" that every woman should own a "little black dress" that is simple and elegant
A simple black cocktail dress could be made into an evening dress with diamond accessories, stilettos , and long gloves. The same dress could be worn to a daytime business meeting with a black suit jacket, demure accessories, and simple pumps.
As a concept, the little black dress has even moved on to represent an ideal of a perfectly simple, yet sexy object. Even the computer industry recognizes the need to inject a bit of "little black dress" into its design and marketing.
When choosing the dress it is important to veer away from current trends but to go for something classic. How did a seemingly simple clothing item grow to obtain such fame?
“the little black dress was not formally identified as the shape of the future until 1926, when American Vogue published a drawing of a Chanel design.… It was an apparently simple yet elegant sheath, in black crêpe de Chine, with long, narrow sleeves, worn with a string of white pearls; and Vogue proved to be correct in the prediction that it would become a uniform.…”
Gabrielle Bonheur "Coco" Chanel August 19, 1883 – January 10, 1971 Life: Born in Saumur, France Learned the seamstress trade at a monastery Chanel left her first seamstress job to become a cabaret singer, which is where she got the nickname "Coco" Chanel's first shop was a millinery boutique Chanel was the first designer to develop a synthetic perfume. Named after herself, Chanel No.5 is the best selling perfume of all time
It was in 1926 that Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel had a picture in Vogue of a simple, short black dress. It was straight and calf-length and something that could be worn by any woman. At the same time soon after the First World War there were other radical changes happening in fashion. The bouffant style hair was giving way to short bobs, but more radically some women were no longer wearing corsets and rummaging in male wardrobes, and they were indeed beginning to dress like boys!
Before Coco Chanel introduced it as a fashion color, black was primarily used for mourning.
Since Coco Chanel introduced it, the little black dress has become the epitome of timeless fashion. It is the answer to every "What should I wear to..." question from cocktail parties to holiday parties to class reunions. And perhaps more than any other designer, Coco Chanel was the one who made it ubiquitous.
Anyone who is into fashion (and even those that aren’t), know about the power and allure that comes with the sexy little black dress. The iconic Coco Chanel realized the black dress’s potential to allow a woman to feel sexy and chic without a lot of effort. Following Chanel’s spin on the little black dress, the 1950s took this style and made it the iconic fashion item associated with femme fatales.
You’ll find that the sexy little black dress continues to thrill women all over the world. You can still look like a knockout without much effort. Make sure to choose a dress that works well with your body shape and is in a fabric that will draw attention to your best assets while hiding problem areas.
Don’t afraid of being gorgeous Don’ afraid of being fatal….