Skip to Content

Little Black Dress Love

10th December 2013 | Posted in Womens & Winter Fashion by H. Simpson
As the festive season has speedily dawned upon us, its time for some girly dress up time and by that we mean a pretty frock. A little black dress (LBD) is a perfect example of a dress to wear for that special occasion this Christmas. Black doesn't have to be boring - experiment with different fabrics, textures and contrasting panels. The LBD is the perfect blank canvas to build upon using shoes and accessories as these can solely change the dynamic of an outfit.
The Religion Pink Dress is all about showing off the back. The swooping effect shows off a bare back which is a great alternative to showing off a front cleavage. The beaded embellishment around the neckline adds a sparkling touch and the bottom half of the dress fits a lot tighter, therefore adding a belt would compliment the loose/fitted style.
Religion Pink Dress



Pink Dress by Religion

  • Wear With:

  • A skater dress is a great choice for skimming over thighs whilst also showing off a small waist. Hot pink accessories have been added to create a fun, vibrant feel and this can be done with any choice of colour to give a plain black dress some flamboyant character. Ted Baker Tezz Contrast Panel Skater Dress

    Tezz Contrast Panel Skater Dress by Ted Baker

  • Wear With:
  • Ted Baker Svana 5 Shoe

    The Magpie dress can be shown off to its full potential in the Dark Craft blog where it has been made into an edgy outfit using a pair of Dr Martens and a Modalu London bag. Jazzed up with the appropriate accessories, this dress is a quirky alternative to a standard black dress. Religion Magpie Dress

    Magpie Dress by Religion

  • Wear With:
  • Ted Baker Lumba T Logo Reversible BeltTed Baker Skovska Suede Wedge Boot

    Another LBD by Religion that is unusual yet eye-catching. The underdress is a fitted design with a draped mesh overlay and an elasticated half belt feature to add shape. The intricately designed dress needs nothing more than a pair of heels such as these Ted Baker Caberi shoe boots and a standard clutch with a pop of colour to avoid the outfit looking too 'gothic'. Religion Clock Dress

    Clock Dress by Religion

  • Wear With:
  • Ted Baker Liima Two Tone Quilted Mini Tablet CaseTed Baker Caberi Rounded Toe Ankle Boot

    For a flattered fit that shows off a sleek shape, a bodycon style dress is the one to opt for. A crossover neckline is great for making a small bust appear bigger, whilst also cinching in the waist. Compliment a formal dress like this with a smart and simple pair of shoes and bag. A Ted Baker pair of patent courts and clutch are ideal for this to ensure the outfit is kept sophisticated and classy. Ted Baker Dixy Cross Over Fitted Dress

    Dixy Cross Over Fitted Dress by Ted Baker

  • Wear With:

  • Ted Baker Neevo Pointed Court ShoeTed Baker Kirah Quilted Enamel Mini IPad XBody Bag

    Dazzle like a mirror ball with this party staple; the sequin. Sequins can add bulk, so go for a loose fitted dress such as this Minimum version. A sequinned dress is almost always associated with Christmas and New Year because its full of glitz and glam! Silver is a good choice of accessory colour to wear with this dress such as the Michael Kors Sloan Flap Bag and the Storm Temptress Charm Watch. Minimum Molia Dress

    Molia Dress by Minimum

  • Wear With:

  • Michael Kors Black Sloan Shoulder Flap Bag

    More LBD's: French Connection T Solar Pleated Dress

    Masdings Reviews

    Be the first to access the latest Offers, News & Promotions by signing up to our mailing list.

    * indicates required
    / ( dd / mm )

    Please select all the ways you would like to hear from

    You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. For information about our privacy practices, please visit our website.

    We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing. Learn more about Mailchimp's privacy practices here.

    Back to top