Deck up in black

Published: 29th October 2012 12:12 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th October 2012 12:12 PM   |  A+A-

Are you planning to attend a party tonight? Do you want to look slimmer, beautiful and steal all the attention? Then, it’s time to dig your ward robe and fisn out attires in vibrant and expressive colours like black, yellow and violet.

No wardrobe can be complete without black dresses for women at all. For many it is a rule to own a simple and elegant looking black dress that can be worn on several occasions. Little black dresses can go from work to play with an effortless addition of accessories. Also, pairing your dress with stylish pumps or casual flats makes one look more fashionable and stylish.

Black not only goes with saturated colours but also goes well along with white. Little black dresses give an understated classy look. Here are a few tips to deck up in black dresses on different occasions.

  For an evening wedding, a short dress or dressy black suit would pull the crowds’ attention.

  On festive occasions, in order to look trendier, deck up with a red blouse and black skirt. This not only looks elegant but also boosts one’s confidence.

  For evening wear wear your black dress with a beautiful neckpiece and rhinestone straps.

  A strapless dress with rhinestone embellishments looks elegant during parties. For a dramatic look sport appropriate accessories.

It is always a great experience to express oneself with clothing choices especially with colours. When asked Prasad Bidappa, fashion guru about the trendy black ensemble, he said, “Black is still a classic colour. It reflects the latest trend. Black can be mixed with silver or shocking pink to make it look classy. It will never go out of fashion. Howe-ver, if I have to cho-ose a colour for a 16-year-old girl, I would prefer is she we-nt with vibrant colours.”



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