The season’s party LBD styles come by a variety but the very look that catches my heart at the moment is the retro kinds.
They have laid-back necklines, wide or square, high-neck with a bit of a dip in the back. The sleeves are perhaps long, with little gathers, a certain flare about the wrist, or sleeveless or simple short sleeved.
The way I see it, a retro LBD that either comes from the era or created now in the look that represents the era of the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and even the 90s can be a way to to ooze nostalgia while remaining quite relevant style-wise today. The easy femme appeal as well as wearable silhouettes cater to a wide figure types and a black dress will never ever go out of trend.
If you are looking for something vintage or a touch of retro in your black dress, then here’s a list of TEN to get you to narrow down the styles you’d be interested in wearing this party season.
10 Retro LBD Styles To Party In This Season
50s Style High Waist Black Dress
60s Vintage Black Sheath Dress
Black 90s Mini Dress With Wide Collar
Black Velvet Dress With Pearl Accent + Puff Sleeves
High Neck Short Sleeve 60s Black Dress
Little Black Velvet Dress With Lace Hem + Square Neckline
Long Sleeve Black Button-Up 70s Dress
Low Back 50s Beaded Black Dress
Tulip Sleeve Little Black Dress
Vintage Japanese Black Dress
Which retro little black dress is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!
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