The LBD is every gir’s best friend—that is, little black dress. We’ve all got at least one LBD hiding away in the recesses of our wardrobes, and this dress seems to be perfect for most occasions. True, we tend to overwear them and get more than our money’s worth, but they are our go-to options for emergency events and last minute outings. You simply can’t go wrong with an LBD; however, you must learn to work it in a variety of different styles to keep it fun, fresh and flirty!
Your LBD can be short and tight and loose and flowy, like this chiffon sleeve cuffed tunic (Most of us have a few different styles hanging and ready to wear in case of dire need!) I love this dress particularly because it is elegant and stylish, yet basic and versatile enough to wear for a number of occasions. The long sheer sleeves add a sexy touch to the loose layered hang of the dress, making it chic and sophisticated. This dress is fabulous simply because you can do so much with it! Dress it up or down depending on your shoes, accessories and makeup.
I’d pair this chiffon dress with a gold platform heel to really dazzle it and make it fancy. It’s important to pick a colour and stick with it—I like gold because it is classy and looks awesome combined with black. These gold Carvela heels are absolutely to die for with a sparkly glitter finish and fun party look. You’re sure to shine in these shoes alone which means you can go easy on your jewellery! Pairing these flashy heels with your plain LBD will dress it up in an instant—perfect for last minute nights out!
Compliment your gold heels with a cute gold clutch. This bag is modern, stylish and charming—it will merely accentuate your gold get-up without going over the top. Complete with an optional shoulder chain this bag is perfect for nights out as it can fit all of your necessities without looking bulky or not leaving enough room for everything you need.
Did You Know?
The youngest director of a professionally made feature length film is Kishan Shrikanth, who directed C/o Footpath when he was 9 years old.