How Anne Curtis styles little black dresses
There are just a limited number of items in your closet that can guarantee you will always appear put together and put together well. Naturally, a tiny black dress is considered to be one of them. It is a timeless and refined piece that will never be out of date in terms of fashion. This classic piece of clothing is so versatile that even fashionistas who are obsessed with experimenting with new outfits can’t help but seek for it again and again. Just listen to what
Anne Curtis has to say about it! The multi-penchant hyphenate’s for colors and designs is well complemented by an adorable little black dress.
A little black dress (LBD) might be a terrific way to expose some skin, depending on the style that you get. For example, Anne’s Neric Beltran-designed low-key sultry little dress that she wore to the Century Tuna Superbod’s event. It had a bustier-like bodice and exposed cutaway sides, which exposed even more skin than the previous item. Anne wore a pair of strappy black stilettos with her dress so that she could maintain the monochrome appearance she was going for.
Anne commanded attention as she made her way down the green carpet at the S.E.A. gala premiere of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power wearing a black Gucci Love Parade runway outfit that featured hook accents at the front bodice and a fur hemline.
An otherwise understated ensemble can receive the much-needed punch it needs with the addition of a discrete splash of color. Following in Anne’s fashionable footsteps, the famous mother went for a little black dress with a splash of crimson. She completed her outfit of neutrals with a pair of big sunglasses and pointed black shoes.
Anne wore yet another black little dress, but this one stood out due to the illusion-style lace neckline and A-line skirt that it featured. She decided to finish off her outfit with some delicate gold jewelry and a Louis Vuitton Capucines purse that stood out because to its polka dot pattern.