Little Black Dress

One closet essential is the Little Black Dress.  You can wear this to anything: parties, weddings, dinners, events, etc.  However, it id difficult to only buy just one since there are so many different styles!  This post shows different ways you can add to your LBD to make it look new (instead of buying others).

 

Update your dress by wearing a cool leather jacket over it and a nice statement necklace.

Add a cute cardigan, sweet hat, or just a different colored sash!

For work, just slip on a blazer and a scarf and it looks like a simple pencil skirt!

Put on a trendy belt and a top or turtle neck underneath to make it more unique.

Be crazy and put a skirt on over your dress and just use the top of the dress.

A few other ideas:

+ Try your dress with a chunky sweater over it so make it more casual.

+ Pair it with some animal print heels to give your dress some spice.

+ Try on an oversize lace top over your dress.

+ Find some cool vintage piece to enhance your look.

Just have fun with your little black dress.  If you can find different and new ways to wear it then you won’t be so tempted to buy another one!  If you’ve got any ideas for wearing your LBD, let us know in the comments or on facebook!

Ciao Bellas!

Love,

The Ladies at Designer Renaissance

 

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. B.marie
    Jan 23, 2012 @ 01:14:02

    Great styling tips to re-work wearing your black dress…my favorite look is the the striped turtleneck worn underneath the black dress!!! Love the layers!!!

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