A little black dress is what every girl needs in her closet. It might be a cliché, but it’s true. Even when you have no idea what to wear, the little black dress comes to the rescue. It’s super easy to style it too. And the result almost always looks chic and stylish. Pair it with a belt, a jacket and a pair of heels (high or low, it doesn’t matter, whatever you feel comfortable in) add some jewelry if you wish, and there you have it. From simple to chic in 5 steps… That was my case that day, the classic “don’t know what to wear” case, but the little black dress “saved the day”. What do you think?
This pretty little black dress is one of my latest purchases which you saw on my previous post, and which I wore shortly after I bought it. It is so cute and flattering, that I couldn’t wait to wear it. Something that was proven wise, since the weather has changed a lot since that day! The temperatures have fallen about 10degrees. A few days ago we had 9degrees at night, which is very little for the month of October in Greece. We can surely say that winter is coming here! Autumn was just a short couple of weeks.
This D&G black dress is one of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe, because it’s so simple and classic that it can make you look elegant for any occasion in no time. I never thought I would wear tapestry print, but this D&G-inspired vintage clutch made me change my mind. It’s so small, that even I can pull it off without looking over the top. It’s actually my mom’s and she’s been using it as a make-up case for many years, but I had to steal it for the night, because I really think it completes my look. I also stole some other vintage cool stuff, like a coin wallet, a mirror/comb for the bag, and a cute little note pad/phone-pad. Excuse the overload of photos in this post. I really loved this outfit, and wanted to show you every little detail.
Weird title, I know! I always have trouble finding good titles for my posts and even more now, that my inspiration has left the building, since my blog is down as I’m writing these lines, and I’m much more caffeinated than I should be, to deal with it properly. Of course if you’re reading this, it means that the blog is already up (let’s hope that it didn’t take too long to happen), so let’s move on to my outfit post.
These pics were shot about a week ago, when T. was in town for a few days. So sorry for posting them late again, but as you know I always write my “month in pics” and “month’s wishlist” post at the end and the start of each month, so this takes all other posts back a few days. Anyway, the day was hot enough to allow me to wear a sleeveless black dress (that I didn’t have the chance to wear before, this year), and a pair of my not-so-wintery boots. You’ve seen them before in this post.
A couple of weeks ago, it was my sister-in-law’s birthday, and we were invited to their house to celebrate. It was a really fun evening, and we ate a really delicious cake made by my sister-in-law who is a great cook as well. I was all day out of the house doing some shopping, catching up with my boyfriend, and trying to find the perfect gift for her, so I was too tired when I returned home. Not having thought what to wear, I went with my LBD, a wardrobe essential that every girl has these days, and saves her from every difficult situation when she doesn’t know what to wear. I paired mine with gold accessories.