THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS.

The classic. The fall back. The last minute savior.

You’ve just settled into your onsie and have started on a bowl of popcorn when all of a sudden your iPhone begins buzzing like crazy. The girls are heading out for a drink, you’ve bailed the last few times so there’s no excuse. But what to wear?

It’s a lazy Sunday, you’re a little hung over and a lot hungry, you pop out for a late breakfast with dark sunnies to cover those tired eyes. No energy to try on a bunch of clothes, no time to waste- it’s already 1.30pm. What can you just throw on?

It’s your first date with that babe from the café who makes your skinny soy latte. You don’t want him to think you dress for the office even on your days off. You need a guaranteed winner. What else could it be?

We bet you can fill in the blanks yourself, babe. The Little Black Dress. Everyone has one, all you have to do is make it work for your destination. And that’s where we come in.

Kris

Kris by Siren

Whether he’s a new guy you’re trying to impress, or the man you’ve been with forever, you want to knock his socks off- and perhaps his pants a little later, too. An off the shoulder number reveals enough skin to keep it sexy, but subtle. Paired with Kris, a little touch of gold, and a snakeskin clutch, you’ve got this.

Goldie

Goldie by Siren

A night out with the girls calls for a short backless dress, heels you can dance in all night, and a small clutch you won’t have to lug around. A bare back goes well with a low bun. Goldie adds just the right amount of colour.

Nada

Nada by Siren

Sunday funday. A playful leather dress brings the texture while your accessories bring the colour. Sling a backpack over one shoulder, paint those nails a daring shade, and pull on Nada. You can stomp around all day long in those babies.

Jackie

Dress code says cocktail, you say sexy. We’re thinking long and elegant, with a high split and cut out to keep things interesting. Jackie brings a little biker babe to the look, while a delicate lace bra keeps you feeling feminine, and cheeky – of course.

As always, black doesn’t mean boring, babe.

xx

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