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The Little Black Dress – Velvet 2015
Hello lovely readers, this week is all about finding that must have dress for the party season. Known as the little black dress or better known of late as the LBD, this winter is all about the velvet revolution that has taken place on the catwalk.
Gone is the arty, older woman appeal and in comes on trend chic. Just take a look at the Lace collar velvet dress featured above from Warehouse. Not only does it have this seasons velvet but it also has touches of on trend lace to boot as well.
If its embellishments you like then why not try one of a floral variety as featured above on this Needle and Thread maxi dress number? With a plunge back, front split and burnout velvet floral design you will definitely stand out with this.
If on the other hand you're a lady that loves off the shoulder then you should head straight to Topshop for the gorgeous crushed velvet Mayal strapless dress featured above. Fully corseted for total structure, this mini dress by Unique will make you feel like a million dollars.
If however you are after a different kind of off the shoulder, then try the Mango velvet dress featured on the left. In a smooth velvet fabric, it comes in a bodycon style and features a stylish asymmetric neckline. For something else head to Asos for their Asymmetric Bandeau Mini shown on the right.
Finally, if you like long sleeves, then why not try this look from Needle and Thread which features bell Sleeves and a plunging neck line? Very 70s and quite bohemian don't you think?
So based on this post, have you changed your mind about velvet? If so tell me why?
Credits: John Lewis, House of Fraser, Asos, Topshop
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