Top 7 most memorable little black dresses

Little black dresses are a timeless, elegant piece in every bodies wardrobe, so today i am counting down in no particular order my personal top 7 LBD’s from some of the best style icons.

 

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7. Michelle Obama 

Perhaps one of Americas most stylish First lady’s, Michelle Obama attended the annual China state dinner back in 2015 wearing beautiful Vera Wang gown which features an architectural V-neckline and hand-draped pleated skirt.

 

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6. Blake Lively

Blake Lively attended the 74th annual Golden globes with husband Ryan Reynolds wearing a black Atelier Versace gown with a long train with gold studded sleaves and pockets.

 

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5. Audrey Hepburn

in the 1961 movie ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ Audrey Hepburn entered the first scene as Holly Golightly wearing the recognizable Givenchy black gown and pearl necklace made by Roger Scemama, a french parurier who designed the jewelry for Givenchy.

 

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4. Rihanna 

One of this genrations most popular fashion icons Rhianna wore a black, silk corset dress with suspenders, and lace gloves along side matching pearl choker and sunglasses at the 2012 Victoria secrets fashion show.

 

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3. The devil wears Prada

In the film The devil wears Prada loosely based on Vogues editor-in chief Anna Wintour, the trio Andy (Anne Hathaway), Miranda (Meryl Streep), and Emily (Emily Blunt) all wore long elegant black gowns.

 

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2. Sarah Jessica Parker

In the beginning episodes of the hit show ‘Sex and the city’ we were introduced to Carrie Bradshaw’s iconic style as she wears this classic, simplistic little black dress whilst sporting a beige Gucci handbag.

 

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1. Princess Diana

In 1994 the late Princess Diana attended a Vanity fair party wearing the so-called “revenge dress” an off the shoulder black dress designed by Christina Stambolian who had made the dress 3 years earlier but she was to nervous to wear it.

 

 

 

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