Striped Cardi Party

little black dress striped cardigan

One great thing about wearing a versatile piece like a little black dress is that you can easily improvise new looks without even trying. I’ve had this cardigan for years and NEVER thought of pairing it with a dress. I’ve always worn it with a t-shirt and jeans. I guess sometimes we limit the roles for certain items in our closets, but if you want to maximize the potential (why am I starting to sound like a finance seminar? lol) of your wardrobe, you’ve gotta think outside the box and wear your clothes differently!

black and white cardigan black dress purse
What I’m Wearing

Dress with belt:  City Triangle
Sweater: Wet Seal
Shoes: Mossimo
Purse: Lulu

little black dress with black and white cardigan sweater heels

Have you ever found a new use for an old clothing item and loved it?
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If you want to see more ways that I wear this very same little black dress, click here. Also make sure you check back next Monday for a new one 🙂 Have a great Monday! -Tyler

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LBD Look: Sock it to Me

one little black dress white socks and black heels
I admit it. I’m already starting to run out of ideas! This is the fifth LBD look, I’ve put together for this blog and I’ve already done a lot of my favorites. ( One of my friends at church even asked if I only wear black dresses now :P) We know what that means:

Time to get creative.

One trend I’ve seen on a lot of the fashion blogs is the socks + heels look that I’ve always wanted to try, so I figured there’s no time like the present 🙂

one little black dress with white sweater

Adding a white sweater as well gave it kind of a school girl look, but it worked for me.


What I’m Wearing

Dress with belt: City Triangle
Sweater: Worthington
Socks: DKNY
Shoes: Monet

white sweater with black skirt

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Photography done by Biddy Image 
What do you think? Are you a fan of the look? Leave me a comment and let me know 🙂

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If you liked this little black dress you can click here to see more, and make sure you follow my blog or sign up for email updates so you’ll be notified every time I make a post. I do new LBD looks every Monday. It gets more challenging and more fun every week! I look forward to reading your comments. Have a happy Monday everyone! – Tyler 🙂

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5 Essential Accessories for your LBD

5 essentials for your LBD
Here’s a list of 5 things you must (well, you know, like… if you want…) have on hand for your little black dress!
1. Red Pumps

red peep-toe heels little black dressRed pumps can take your little black dress from 0 to 60 in an instant with a bright pop of cheery red.

2. Sheer Tights

Sheer tights will ensure that you legs look smooth and sleek in your equally smooth and sleek LBD.

3. A Great Purse

white lulu purse with little black dress

On days when you don’t have time to put much thought into your LBD look, make sure you grab a nice purse! If you can find a bag nice enough, it make everything else you’re wearing look that much better.

4. The Right Belt

bow belt with little black dress

Even if the rest of your outfit is perfect, adding the wrong belt can throw the whole look off. Make sure you take your time and pick out a belt that compliments both the dress and your figure while tying the outfit together.

5. Great Hair
curly hair one little black dress
Honestly, sometimes great hair = confidence. And confidence is the best accessory you could ever wear with a little black dress 🙂

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Hope you found these tips helpful. 🙂 -Tyler

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LBD Look: Red Velvet

little black dress red heels

So my red pumps make yet another appearance. Too soon? Nah. 😛

I find that one of the easiest ways to accessorize a black dress is to throw in a pop or two of red. It has to been done subtly though. You don’t want to overdo it.

little black dress with sleevs

I also took the liberty of layering a plain black tee underneath by LBD to give it a sleeved look. Can you tell? 🙂

The dress is actually sleeveless with a deep V-shape in the back. Adding the t-shirt gives me just the amount of added modesty that I want.

little black dress with red purse

What I’m wearing

Dress and belt: City Triangle

T-shirt (underneath): Gap

Purse: Liz Claiborne

Tights: J.C. Penney

Shoes: Qupid

red purse with red heels and little black dress

What’s your favorite red accessory right now?
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By the way, if you’re new to my blog and you like LBD looks, make sure you check back here for a new one every Monday evening. If you’re a morning person, check on Tuesday mornings 🙂 -Tyler

Get Ready to #RockTheRedPump

rock the red pump little black dress

“Every 47 minutes, a women is diagnosed with HIV in the United States.”

Did you know that?

Did you know that March 10 is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day?

The Red Pump Project Says:

“While great progress has been made in the area of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, women still represent 27% of all new AIDS diagnoses, with African-American women accounting for 66% of that group. In observance of NWGHAAD, we would like for you to join our 2014 Rock the Red Pump® (#RocktheRedPump) Campaign! The campaign’s goal is to generate conversation both online and offline about the issue of HIV/AIDS and how it affects women.”

Bloggers can participate in the event by registering and blogging on March 10  about what makes HIV/AIDs awareness important to you.

Everyone else can participate by wearing red pumps on March 10 to raise awareness, uploading photos to the Red Pump Project Facebook page, and using the official #RockTheRedPump hashtag!

So mark you calendars and get ready to rock those red pumps on March 10 🙂

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What makes HIV/AIDs awareness important to you?

LBD Look: The Cable-Knit Sweater

little black dress with cable sweater

It was extremely cold this Sabbath. So cold that extreme measures and layers had to be taken to ensure my warmth. I had a totally different outfit in mind that morning, but once I found out what the temperature was (28 degrees Fahrenheit when I woke up, 36 when these photos were taken) I changed everything and started over. I actually believe in comfort over fashion, and I believe you can have both simultaneously. Plus, I like keeping all of my extremities.

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Let me explain just how cold it was. It was so cold, that I went through all of my tights and decided that none of them were warm enough. I actually wore a pair of leggings with my dress and slid a pair of black socks underneath to make them look like tights. Nobody noticed. And if they did, I wouldn’t care.

black cable knit sweater with bow belt

I layered this warm cabled sweater over my little black dress to keep me warm and toasty. Would you believe that I got this sweater for just $2? Apparently even though temperatures are hovering around the low 30s, stores are flushing out their winter items right now to make room for their spring collections. Silly stores and their schedules.

little black dress with black leggings

What I’m wearing

Dress and belt: City Triangle
Sweater: J.C. Penney
Leggings: Poof
Shoes: Mossimo

black knit sweater with little black dress
What’s your best tip for staying warm without sacrificing fashion?

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