LBD: Fab Finds Under $50

The Little Black Dress is a girl’s go-to for ANY occasion. I am sure that it is anyone’s “go-to”. In the event that you have a date or you are invited to a party, and you don’t know what to wear, then I suggest you to choose a little black dress. If you don’t have, you must buy immediately.  From satin, chiffon, silk and jersey pick the material that fits your occasion.

The little black dress is often credited to the infamous Coco Chanel. The concept was radical at the time since black was considered a morbid color for fashion. Now, the piece has gone on to become a staple in almost every woman’s closet. From the classic sheath dress like the one worn by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast in Tiffany’s to a modern backless dress, the possibilities are endless!

Incorporating your own unique style into wearing the perfect black dress is the reason this is such a stand-by in the fashion world. Enjoying the fun of dressing for a special party or a big event can be a great time to explore trends. Mixing some of the latest styles in shoes or handbags with a classic little black dress is adventurous without being too edgy.

 

ModCloth LBD Short Spaghetti Straps A-line Everlasting Elegance DressOpen-Back Lace DressDriving Racerback Maxi DressCrossover Tank DressRosyth Lace DressWomen's 3/4-Sleeved Jersey DressesUntitledModCloth Sleeveless Tent Take the Dance Floor Dress

I adore the little black dress! Try laying long necklaces or throw on a statement necklace or two! Stack those bangles or do a double gold cuff! And shoes! The possibilities are endless! From scrappy sandals to sky high pumps heels are my go to! But don’t count out sandals (especially gladiators – high or low) and flats! Get crazy! Use your blank canvas to your advantage! It will only make the outfit “more you”!

So I want to hear from you and how you style you LBD! Remember email me at theoxfordguide@gmail.com or find me on Instagram @theoxfordguide ❤️

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