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Fashionista NOW: 10 Little Black Dresses For Your Christmas 2015 Holiday Bashes

10 Little Black Dresses For Your Christmas 2015 Holiday Bashes

Who has time for colors when there’s the ultimate black, eh? LBDs to get you all set for the party fever.

It’s no secret for many of us the simplest of dress in total black is what we grab for when time is not in our favor and utter laziness competes to take over. If you’re one of those party dressers whose mode of dressing occurs only at the very last minute and that your dresses usually don’t involve color, then this is the post to keep you most content!

Let’s look at the TEN little black dress styles you can wear during the holiday parties and even long after that because LBD’s are exquisitely versatile:

Asymmetric CHIC


Factorie | asymmetric bodycon dress

When choosing a black dress that’s a proven no-fail party-wardrobe saviour, find extra details you like in the dress to set it apart. This little dress has short sleeves and a skirt with a faux wrap look and an asymmetrical hem. It’s such a simple dress you can wear casually and dress it up with proper heels.

Belted + Kimono Sleeves


ZALORA | belted black mini dress

This mini dress in black has those charming wide sleeves you see in a kimono and a skinny belt to break up the lack of color with some shine and to get the cinch going.

Neckline GAME


SUENO | cross front black dress

This black dress can easily tread into just-another-LBD category but thanks to the gorgeous cross strap neckline, it’s now elegantly elevated.

Embossed Vibe


dressingpaula | embossed black dress

This black dress has floral textures all over it. Its fit and flare is subdued and the short sleeves keep it extra chic.

Pintucked + Twirly


ZALORA | fit and flare pintuck black dress

It doesn’t take much for a black dress to pop and this one truly shines, thanks to the fit and flare silhouette, boat neckline, sweet pleats and pintuck detailing.

Sheer Panels + High Neck


Glamorous | high neck long sleeve skater dress

Loving the high neckline that’s been trending all year long? This LBD has you covered! The peek-a-boo detailing adds to glam up this party piece.

Neoprene Queen


Something Borrowed | neoprene long sleeve black dress

Nothing else beats a neoprene dress when it comes to holding its shape and this beauty of a dress has just been restocked due to high demands. Be sure to grab it before it’s gone. If you find it a little too short for you, wear it like a tunic.

Poofy Sleeves


SUENO | textured classic black dress

Here’s another LBD that is texturized to perfection. I won’t lie, the pretty short perky sleeves caught my attention and I just love how a tiny poof like that can transform the whole mood of the dress.

Retro Mode


Pink Evil’s Fashion Supermarket | vintage style long sleeve black dress

If you are a fan of retro frocks that has a bit of ruffle details, this LBD is it! The long sleeve design on this one where it cinches near the wrist is just lovely, right?

Boho Flow


Mango | v-neck flared long sleeve dress

This black dress is so boho, you can’t say no. I love the elongating V-neckline and also, the flared bell sleeves are a plus.


So peeps: which one of the LBD styles do you like best? Have you even decided on what to wear for the jolly parties heading your way? Be sure to shoot a line down below – I’d love to hear from you!

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