Women that Are Famous in their LBD

KATHERYN WINNICK doesn't emphasizes her waist in her LBD

Fashion experts believe that a LBD (little black dress for those who don’t know what that means) is a basic garment that all women should have in their wardrobes. It is considered as the emergency dress for a party or special event. if you don’t know what to wear you can always pick your emergency LBD.

May stars recur to it and some of them do it very good others don’t really help themselves much with this kind of attire that has potential to help you look spectacular.

Let’s check out these fabulous famous ladies and I will give you my opinions.

In the picture number one I think that Katheryn Winnick is not emphasizing her waist with this beautiful dress.

Britney shows curves in her halter LBD

In the picture number 2 I believe that Britney’s arms show a lot or volumen.

Gwyneth Paltrow's Feminine Body in her LBD

Gwyneth’s LBD is my favourite here. It looks elegant, sexy and even expensive and it does highlight her curves. The hemline just at her knee makes her look taller. Well done Gwyneth!

RIKI LINDHOME shows legs and curves in mini black dress

Ricki Lindhome looks boring! Don’t you think? I think that she has much more to show and to give away with those amazing curves.

Below Victory Van Tuly looks ‘well dressed’ but for me she lacks of the extra sparkle that a famous woman can add to her outfit.

VICTORY Van TUYL in her little black dress

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Women that Are Famous in their LBD — 1 Comment

  1. i disagree with your opinons on lbd. its classic and well-dressed. its classy.

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