Little Black DressOriginally founded October 1st, 1926, the little black dress (LBD) has remained relevant in every woman’s closet. Before Coco Chanel introduced the LBD, black was considered a color for mourning. Had you worn black for anything else besides grieving loss before 1926, you would have been considered indecent. It seemed almost instantaneous that the LBD transformed from a grieving outfit to a fashionable uniform essential for women. Almost 87 years later, the LBD remains an absolute essential for every woman of taste.

I always like to refer back to a quote from current Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld: “One is never over-dressed or under-dressed with a little black dress.” So true, Karl. The LBD is an absolute essential for every lady.

Guess what? We have tons of them in a few different styles:

Little Black DressThe Look:
Bailey 44 Domo Arigato Dress
Mishakaudi Necklace (available in store)
Yosi Samra ballet flats

Little Black DressThe Look:
Plenty by Tracy Reese Fringed Dress
Melie Bianco messenger bag
Mitch rings (available in store)
Yosi Samra ballet flats

Little Black DressThe Look:
Sanctuary Clothing dress (available in store, online soon)
Michael Stars fedora
TOMS sunglasses (available in store)
Mitch necklace (available in store)
Betsy & Iya leather bangles
Yosi Samra ballet flats