Hello Lovelies,

In fashion there are certain rules that can be defined as cardinal rules.

Rules that surpass trends and eras, because they are fundamentally classic.

One such rule is the eternal elegance of Little Black Dress, popularized by Mademoiselle Coco Chanel herself, in a 1926 Vogue article.

So as we head into the holiday season, let us get a refresher on the basics shall we and honor the iconic Little Black Dress, aka the LBD.


The legendary Coco Chanel, who popularized the LBD, in her own design

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Audrey Hepburn, as Holly Golihghtly, in the classic film Breakfast at Tiffany’s in her now iconic LBD.

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Gina Torres, as Jessica Pearson- leading star of TV-hit Suits  in a longer, more conservative and professional look.

Socialite and Fashion It-girl Olivia Palermo in her LBD in Paris, accompanied by her husband Johannes Huebl.

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A classic with a twist: this LBD looks great with fabulous bell sleeves and delicate florals appliqués.

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Get carried away in this romantic, feminine and quintessentially Parisienne #LBD by @kimpaa_paris! The sartorial, ready-to-wear dress is a symbol of the effortless sophistication of the City of Lights.✨

How do you wear your LBD? What is your favorite style?




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