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Vintage Little Red Dress

Okay. So, in the fashion world, there's all this talk about the Little Black Dress (LBD.) Always. And how every woman needs to have one (or two or five) of these in their closet at all times.

I would agree with this. One always needs a backup Little Black Dress. Or not so backup, center-of-attention LBD.

But, every women needs the little red dress, too. The poor red dress gets little --to no-- attention. And really, it's a serious, legit go-to dress. You should consider wearing it far more often than you do.

While you can wear black to nearly every event, here's a quiz you can go through when you you need to decide if red is more appropriate:

It's Valentine's Day, red or black? Um, Obviously red.

It's raining and cold out, need to wear something to a birthday party, red or black? Red. Liven up winter.

You know you're going to run into your ex -- your ex best friend that is -- picking up the kids at school. What to wear? Red. She'll be seeing red because you'll look so dang good in it!

So many reasons to wear red. And there are many variations of red. You can't say it doesn't go with your skin tone, or hair, or eye color or whatever.

No excuses -- it's time to kill it ladies!! 

This dress is vintage, is velvet, and holy moly it's amazing. So, if you can get your hands on a velvet one, you know it can double as an amazing holiday dress.

Dress: Vintage 60s Dress - Available here


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