A Classic: The Little Black Dress

A look that will never go out of style: The LBD. Everyone has at least one in their closet. A black dress is a timeless piece perfect for any occasion. We have Coco Chanel to thank for this look. From the 1920's to today, you'll find this staple recreated and used throughout the decades. You can find well-known faces wearing a black dress to showcase an unforgettable image. Take Audrey Hepburn for example. She was all about class and elegance. The color black creates an elegant look that is flattering for all shapes and sizes. The confidence boost in these dresses cannot be topped! If you don't have a little black dress in your closet, now is your time to invest in one. 

Whether you're looking for a classy LBD or a casual one, we have several choices in stock. You will love the uniqueness of each one. We have styles to fit any and all personalities! Come check them out before they're gone. The Little Black Dress is going nowhere. It will remain a classic look for years to come. 

The beginning of the Little Black Dress: 

Coco Chanel wearing a black dress with a cigarette in her mouth

Coco Chanel on the cover of Vogue in 1926.

Audrey Hepburn wore an iconic little black dress in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's". | MakersValley Blog

 Audrey Hepburn wearing her Givenchy dress in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" in 1961.


Images Source:

Valley, M. (2017, July 18). History of the little black dress. MakersValley. Retrieved February 15, 2023, from https://blog.makersvalley.net/history-of-the-little-black-dress


Examples of today's Little Black Dress you can shop here at Bella Ragazza Boutique: 


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