Sunday 8 July 2012


Little Black Dress an evening or cocktail dress, cut simply and often quite short.
Fashion historians ascribe the origins of the little black dress to the 1920s designs
of Coco Chanel, intended to be long-lasting, versatile, affordable, accessible to
the widest market possible and in a neutral color. Its ubiquity is such that it is often
simply referred to as the "LBD" (Source : Wikipedia)

You know what surprised me most on the article above?
It's that Fashion Historians exists! Now - who says fashion is not history!
Going back, we've all had an idea about LBD's.  But for today's
Fashion Alert Series, I've inserted one savvy word "versatile".

Presenting : Lacy Little Black Dress from Black Et Noir
As I've shared (click HERE), 
 Black Et Noir is one of SM Ladies' Flagship Brands.
True to my word, I find their style so versatile and in-the-trend.
Note: Dress costs less than a thousand bucks!

Style #1 : It's a culmination of yet another fashion series.
The Black and the Royal Blue meets. (click HERE)
Used the LBD as my lacy top over a royal blue skirt from Bayo.
Capped it off by a caramel wedge from Celine.

Ready for Style #2? Breakfast at Tiffany's anyone?

Style #2 : Breakfast at Tiffany's Peg.
Simple pair of earrings with a slim white lady's watch.
Plus a golden package from Belo Medical Group.
Caution : Goodies inside are worth reviewing and to watch out for!

I guess the wonders of versatile ensembles lie in the 

beauty of value for money plus getting some free space when you're travelling! 

Have fun mix and matching! -CMK


  1. Black is a must piece in a girl's closet. It goes with any color! Very pretty :)

  2. I love the dress. So simple yet classy! :)


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