If all else fails
(Photo by: Shayne Ombao; LBD gift, Kenneth Cole shoes, Aviators from boyfriend, Bag from Landmark, Accessories from random bazaars, forever21 and Kiosks)
I know y’all have heard this before but it is true, and yes I just said y’all.
Anyone could and would attest that the Little Black Dress will save the day when all else fails, fashion-wise. It’s chic, very flexible, slimming for those “I feel bloated days” and a great last minute option to a sudden party Invite. But of course an LBD, like any other super heroes, aren’t always so reliable. For example, if you’re asked to go to an all white party then you decided to wear an LBD but whoopsidoo No blacks allowed (we are not being a racist here), so I suggest you stick to the theme. Or that one time when you decided to go to prom and just wear an LBD. ummm.. there’s a black gown for that my dear. You’ve got the wrong length.
Anyway back to what I’ve been trying to point out that’s already so obvious. An LBD would be your best bet incase you don’t have anything to wear amongst the mountains of collar blouses and mini A-line skirts, or if you’d rather save that one baggy pants that you haven’t worn since Philippine Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012 for another occasion. But just because it’s a staple doesn’t mean you have to lack the effort to actually make an effort. I believe, while channeling the miss universe in me, that an LBD would only look classy if worn with confidence then if not, then COCO Chanel’s will haunt you for not giving justice to her creation. I kid of course, you can fake confidence because it all comes down to styling.