Monday, October 27, 2008

The Little Black Dress

Coco Chanel is credited with originating the little black dress in the 1920s. And some 80 years later it’s still a key piece in any wardrobe. (Ask Tim Gunn if you don't believe me!) We have every variation and permutation you might imagine. Here are some of my favorites:

The Sheath

The classic LBD, with just a touch of beading at the neck, is affordable and versatile. It easily moves from day to evening.

The Sequin Dress

Short and sassy, this sequin number is a sheath with benefits.

The Halter

This sexy halter dress boasts a rhumba-style, ruffle skirt.

The Ballerina

Sweetly sophisticated, the ballerina dress, here with a traditional tulle overskirt, is for the princess in all of us.

The Knit Dress

The body hugging knit dress is a popular choice this season. Black and gold also happen to be this holiday’s hottest color combination.

The Strapless

This shapely strapless is fashioned of rich velvet and may be the ultimate holiday LBD.

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