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Your perfect LBD

More inspiration to come. As I've finished my collaboration with Dressesstylist I feel a little sad without charming and inspiring dresses and decided to give some more. Happy enough wonderful website Alizeeebridal contacted me asking to show their best styles of my choice. While browsing through their shop I was very happy to find the best dresses for me. Timeless, wonderful and full of grace. Little Black Dresses section! LBD seams to be the must have of must haves. because no matter who you are, what style you prefer LBD would fit in closet. I actually can't find any equal important piece of clothes. That's why picking your LBD is always something special. Talking about me - you can't actually have too many little black dresses. Especially divining into LBDs a little deeper and having more styles not the most classic option. 
I love this dress. It's an LBD suitable for younger ladies to show of their playful personality. And how cute the bow on the waist is. What I also love about this LBD - it would work nicely even on teenaged girl and can be your first LBD. However it is still a great LBD for me due to my personality and style.
It's not actually an LBD the way I'm used to it. But still. It's great as a party dress. And it works nicely with 20s theme and also alone. I also think it's a great dress for disco or some dancing (well, if you are a little shorter than the model for sure). I love the deep V on the back of the dress.
Today I've hear one of my friends recently gave birth to her baby. Looking at this dress I think of her. In general it's a great dress to cover waistline which you can insecure of. Tissue flows very pretty here and I love the open shoulders here. Very nice item to comfortably wear.

Which dress do you like the most? What is the style of your perfect LBD

I was picking LBD of dream from:

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. Great selection!

    http://helderschicplace.blogspot.com/2015/02/once-upon-dream.html

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  2. I love the top dress, so pretty :) x

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    1. that's why I always want to steal your closet Kizzy))))

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  3. Beautiful dresses! My fav is the second one - ohhh I love it :-))))

    Kiss from Swiss, Kira
    schuhRei.ch

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  4. beautiful selection...
    i like the 2 and 3 dresses
    kisses

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  5. For you, I think the first dress. For me, I think the second one!
    Actually, you would look gorgeous in any of these ;-)

    Alicia
    spashionista.com

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    1. You'd look awesome in second, Alicia! However I think you could find a way to look stunning in any of these!

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  6. Perfect LBDs indeed
    Great post

    Love Vikee
    www.slavetofashion9771.blogspot.com

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  7. I like the second dress and the third dress is definitely a great choice for women whom want to de-emphasize their mid-section. It is a lovely choice.

    Sharon
    http://www.afashioncrowd.blogspot.com

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  8. Great black dresses.
    Thanks for visiting me a while back.
    Daphne.

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  9. I like the first one!
    xoxo

    beblondie.blogspot.com

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  10. Amazing dresses!

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  11. The second dress. Its beautiful!

    Jenn from jenniferjayne.blogspot.co.uk

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  12. lovely lbds! :)) I want all of those!!!
    <3
    www.emmereyrose.com

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  13. Amazing black dress!
    http://www.gbridal.co.uk/little-black-dresses-c66

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