Its silhouette has changed over the years, but the LBD remains supremely chic.
It was Coco Chanel of corse, who made The Little Black Dress ubiquitous. She did not invent the concept, but the little black dress was not formally identified as the shape of the future until 1926, when American Voguepublished a drawing of a Chanel design.… It was an apparently simple yet elegant sheath, in black crêpe de Chine, with long, narrow sleeves, worn with a string of white pearls; and Vogue proved to be correct in the prediction that it would become a uniform.
Today’s modern styles are very different from the fashion of the early 20’s century and come in so many various styles and options. Like our ever-so-popular popular wrap-style black dress or cozy sweater dress.
Some of the styles of LBD:
Sexy: Deep-plunging neckline and fitted bottom.
Sophisticated: Long body-hugging silhouette and sheer panels.
Unique: Vintage asymmetrical-hemline and unique details.
Romantic: Lace and peplum-embellished classic style.
Modern: Minimal details and structured look.