The Myth About The Little Black Dress

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It looks incredibly beautiful on every woman, no surprise that we all love it. Tall or short, slim or curvy, the little black dress looks amazing on every  woman and we just feel amazing wearing it.

In the 19th century the little black dress was first worn for the occasion of mourning. It was 1926, when Coco Chanel published the design of the little black dress and Vogue commented: “This simple dress will become a kind of uniform for all women with taste”. The dress was no longer worn on the occasion of mourning, thus was a symbol of all self-confident women. A piece that strongly influenced fashion in the 20’s.

I think we all can remember the little black dress that Audrey Hepburn was wearing as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffanys. In my opinion, this dress is the iconic “the” little black dress. Although the definition of this dress is very difficult, because the dress is now available in so many different designs. But that’s exactly what it’s meant to be. We are all different and we all need a dress that fits every individual. The little black dress embodies this. Long or short, narrow cut or slightly wider, with long sleeves or with short sleeves. Every woman will find the one, that suits her perfectly.


xo Sonja













Jacket: Pull & Bear

Dress: Edited (here)

Shoes: Superga via Luisaviaroma (here)

Shades: Polaroid (similar here)

Bag: Chanel (similar here; budget version here)


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