Everyone needs a little black dress. Right? That’s what I’ve heard for years, but not every girl has her little black dress.
The Little Black Dress has a lot of history, dating back to the early 1900’s when black was most often worn for mourning. After World War I, it was being worn so often it no longer was so unusual to see, and in 1926 Coco Chanel published her little black dress design in American Vogue, effectively making it an iconic and versatile addition to every woman’s wardrobe.
Little black dress has its charm. With cute and lovely fashion sense, it can make a girl fashion and unique. It is now very popular at graduation, prom, wedding and dating.
Some vintage black dresses tea length are still popular.