travel clothes for womenNo woman’s wardrobe is complete without the addition of a Little Black Dress, which is arguably the most important dress design of all time. The little black dress, or LBD is a timeless style staple which has enjoyed popularity ever since acclaimed designer Coco Chanel debuted it in 1926.

A little black dress is not only a necessity for your everyday wardrobe, but also for your travel one. Trends come and go, but the little black dress continues to remain in our closets, and here’s why:

The little black dress was designed to adapt to all functions and occasions, and there is literally one for every body shape out there. With such a large variation in styles, it’s really not hard to find a dress that fits you well, is the perfect length for your figure, and allows you to express your personality.




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For example, why not be bold and match a lace design with a comfortable jersey dress such as the Hallie Dress from Anatomie?






donatella little black dress


Most women will want to include at least one fancier outfit in their travel wardrobe. Either for a night on the town, a special occasion, or because you just want to dress up and feel feminine. And one of the best things about owning a little black dress is its versatility, there are so many ways in which you can wear it.

You can dress up your little black dress for a night out with a pair of comfortable wedge heels, an oversized clutch, statement jewelry and either a classic blazer, or a leather jacket to add a little edge to your look.

Or you can forget the leather jacket entirely and opt for a design such as the Milan Dress, which incorporates leatherlambskin into the dress for a super modern finish.




Milan little black dress




You can also dress your little black dress down. Just simply wear it the way it is, with a pair of comfortable ballet flats or your favorite walking shoes to enjoy your daily European city excursions.

Just remember one of Karl Lagerfeld’s famous quotes: “One is never over or underdressed with a little black dress.”