Ways To Wear Your Little Black Dress

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During party season you can’t go wrong with a little black dress. Whether you get a last minute invitation or can’t find a new outfit to wear, the little black dress is the ultimate fail safe option. You want to keep your outfit looking fresh each time you wear it, but how? We have put together some top tips for styling up your LBD so you find some new ways to wear it.

Ways To Wear Your Little Black Dress

The little black dress is the perfect piece to accessories as it can easily be dressed up of down.

Statement Necklace

The first thing we all think to do when trying to change up an outfit is add a statement necklace. If you prefer to wear more delicate necklaces then you can always try layering them up.

Throw on a Leather Jacket

You can change you little black dress from being pretty and feminine by throwing on a leather jacket. It creates a nice contrast and gives your outfit more of an edgier look.


Nude Shoes

The addition of nude shoes creates the illusion of longer legs. If you are having bare legs or skin coloured tights then nude shoes with a hidden platform and pointed toe can give the appearance of longer legs.


Black Tights

If you want to wear a dress but aren’t brave enough to face the cold with bare legs, then opaque black tights are your best friend. You can wear this outfit day or night and it can make you look appear more streamlined.


Cinch in your waist with A Metal Belt

If you want to really highlight your waist then a metal belt is the way to go. If you wear it around the smallest part of your waist then it will really cinch you in.

Gemma Dorling
Gemma Dorling
Gemma is a fashion writer contributing to magazines and online sites. She also writes her own fashion blog www.lifesacatwalk.com. In her spare time she enjoys reading, running and finding new places to eat.