A little black dress is the go-to for any occasion. EVE ruled the red carpet with a modern take on a little black dress. With a bardot neckline, this Mi Jong Lee midi-dress is fabulous! Here are 7 little black dresses that will have people whispering, “Who’s that girl?!”
Arriving to the Barbershop: The Final Cut premiere in a Mi Jong Lee dress, the standout for Eve’s look is her accessories! Loving the contrast of white shoes and rocking Bijules jewels.
Her rosegold hair is everything. Cotton candy chic for the win! Keep on clicking for 7 dresses that will make your little black dress stand out in a crowd!
3. ASOS || Boohoo Bardot Detail Bandeau Bodycon DressSource:ASOS
This bandage sleeves on this dress will be sure to make your LBD stand out in a sea of black. The body-con fit will show off all your curves!
4. CITY CHIC || Plunge Peplum DressSource:City Chic
A peplum dress for our plus-size ladies! Want to show a little skin but not too much? The lace detailing on this dress keeps it ladylike, yet seductive!
5. DOROTHY PERKINS || Black Bardot Midi DressSource:Dorothy Perkins
A steal at only $55.00, the bardot neckline is perfect for showing off that statement necklace!
6. ANTHROPOLOGIE ||Carissima Sheath by Byron LarsSource:Anthropologie
Wanna wear the same designer as Michelle Obama?! You can for a fraction of the price with Anthropologie! Byron Lars is known for the fit of his dresses and the unique styling that will turn the street into your personal runway.
7. IGIGI || Adelle Plus Size Dress in Noir DotSource:IGIGI
This dress is the perfect mix between modern and vintage.
8. LAQUAN SMITH || 3D DressSource:LaQuan Smith
Stand out in ALL dimensions with this 3D dress! Texture is a great way to up the look on a LBD and LaQuan Smith does so flawlessly.
9. FREE PEOPLE || Dance With Me Off-The-Shoulder DressSource:Free People
The detailing on this dress makes it a flattering fit on most body types. The ruching in the breast is great to emphasize smaller breasts while minimizing larger breasts. The banded waistline keeps structure yet defines ones shape. Yes, please!