Glitter Sale 2012: The Little Black Dress

 
by Katherine Boury, Seattle Goodwill
November 6, 2012
 

The little black dress came into fashion in the 1920’s with Coco Chanel and has stayed an essential wardrobe staple.  From the iconic sleeveless Givenchy gown that Audrey Hepburn wore in Breakfast at Tiffany's to a more contemporary version, the little black dress is usually simply cut and ready to be accessorized.  During the day it is perfectly paired with a stylish jacket or pumps and then dressed up for the evening with more decorative jewelry and accessories.  Find your version at the Glitter Sale!

David Meister wool dress

David Meister wool dress

 

Dress Barn Collection dress

Dress Barn Collection dress

 

Carmen Marc Valvo Signature dress

Carmen Marc Valvo Signature dress

 

A. J. Bari dress

A. J. Bari dress

 

Chloé dress

Chloé dress

 

Adrianna Papell dress

Adrianna Papell dress

 

Item: 127 | 128 | 129 | 130 | 131 | 132

Have questions about pricing, size or other details?  Make note of the item number, then join us November 8 for our Twitter Preview Party!


 

Katherine Boury is the Communications Manager at Seattle Goodwill.

Add a Comment | Comments (1)
 
Posted by Isabella | Saturday, Jan 12, 2013 @ 02:31 AM

honestly, i have a lot of replica chloe bags myself, especially those ones with the huge padlocks, they are everywhere!! best advice, dont buy chloe bags! stick to something less common. i know we all dont like to spend big bucks on something amd then see it all over the place! because unless you have a good eye, or the replica is really bad, sometimes you really cant tell the original from the replica and occasionally, the replica even looks better than the original! imagine that!

 
 
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