Thanks for the Little Black Dress

Thanks for the Little Black Dress

October 26, 2010, Women's Clothing

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Since its birth in 1926, the little black dress has never been out of vogue, it is something we can wear for almost any event. We put it on and get the look of the classic and irresistibly sexy woman in just a few seconds.

It was back in 1920’s when women started cutting their hair and slowly baring their shoulders, backs and legs. It was the 1920’s when the legendary fashion designer, Gabrielle „Coco“ Chanel, changed the lives of all women with her modern and sophisticated attitude.

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In that time Gabrielle Chanel made the first cuts and stitches into a black cloth, which was previously used just for funerals, periods of mourning or were reserved for those who devoted their lives to God; and introduced the little black dress to the world. Sexy and simple sleeveless cut, long just above the knees; and we, women, fell in love for the first sight.

Nowadays, the little black dresses are available in many variations and they cannot be missing in any designers’ collections. With long sleeves or sleeveless, with or without straps, one shoulder, with an open back, tight, loose, etc. No matter which you decide for, you are going to look gorgeous. Pull your hair back into a bun, get a pair of nice earrings, a simple little purse, a pair of black heels and go for the Breakfast at Tiffany's.

Hot Pieces from Autumn 2010 Collections

Valentino

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Christian Dior

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Blumarine

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Chanel

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Victoria Beckham

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Source: www.style.com, www.fashion-schools.org, www.bartboehlert.blogspot.com

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