The LBD for Valentines Day

As always with Valentines Day dates, us women are running around frantic trying to find the perfect outfit for that date with our boyfriends or maybe with the crush we’ve had for a few months. One garment that will never let us down is the LBD or in other words the Little Black Dress. Here at Simply Oloni, we’ve decided to give you gals two dresses (one slightly more sexy than the other) and ways to style them to get that tongue wagging affect.


The Turtle neck LBD


Everyone loves a turtleneck and they have been one of the best and warmest trends for the A/W season. Being that Valentines Day is in February, its going to be extremely cold and keeping warm is as much of a priority as looking sexy.

Being that this LBD is quite straight cut and loose fitting, adding another trend such as Thigh high boots will help to add sex appeal by diverting attention to the legs. An oversized Camel coat will add some class and will look amazing thrown over the shoulders or even tied up, which helps to bring you in at the waist. Keep accessories simple, a nice shoulder bag with gold details and maybe a few gold rings here and there. Then to top it all off go for a bold red lip to round everything off.


The Figure hugging LBD


If you really want to look like you invented sex and snatch men’s’ thoughts for a living, then a super figure hugging dress will be right up your street.

LBD’s that capture your body and how it moves is precisely the reason why the LBD was created. It says sex but also elegance and poise. Teamed with a black oversized coat to keep you warm and cover you up just enough for your dress to still be seen. Add some glossy black stilettos with a killer heel to help those pins look fabulous and a Perspex clutch with silver detail, for some glitz. Go for a trend lip such as a 90s brown to add a twist on the whole classy/sexy theme and your good to go.


Enjoy your Valentines Days in style and elegance.


Leah Busette


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