Making the most of your LBD …. so no one will know it’s the same dress???

It’s that time of year again when thoughts turn to festive parties and the inevitable cry when you open the wardrobe – “I’ve got nothing wear”

Well every woman should have a least one LBD (Little Black Dress – if you didn’t know) in her wardrobe, it will take you anywhere from cocktails to clubbing, from dinner to dancing by investing in a classic style and shape you will be able to dress it up or down to suit any occasion – by adding accessories and adornments no one will ever guess it is the same dress??

So here are my top tips to dress up your LBD……

Wear it very classic a la Chanel or Audrey with layers of pearls and long black gloves.

 
Add a bright coloured sash around your waist and pin at the back. Or drape a chiffon scarf around creating a shawl collar effect on the dress.
 
 
 
Wear a vintage brooch or two on your shoulder or pin it to the waist of your dress,  you could even use one to create a slimmer silhouette on a full skirt.
 
 
 
 
 
And these tips from one of my favourite books that I have posted about before Orchids on Your Budget …….
 
 
 
  • An emerald green taffeta jacket and slippers
  • Two ruby clips and bracelet to match worn with black slippers and bag
  • Pink chiffon roses and pink chiffon scarf worn with black slippers and bag
  • A gold lame jacket with black bag and slippers
  • A black sequin jacket
  • Gold chunky jewellery
  • So with a little imagination no-one will ever know it’s the same dress and you will look fabulous throughout the party season.

    Don’t forget that I can help you find your perfect LBD to suit your style and body shape during November and December I am offering a very special price for  a half day shopping trip – £35 instead of £75 (including coffee and cake!!)
    

     
    
     
     
    
     
     
     
     
     

     
     

     

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