3 Ways To Pair Your White Shirt With Your Little Black Dress For A Professional Look

3 ways to pair your white shirt with your LBDHi Girlfriends!

          We know there are 4 iconic pieces in fashion that will never go out of style: the LBD, the Chanel Jacket, the crisped white shirt, and those blue jeans. Today we are pairing two iconic pieces to create a professional look.

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  1. The dress is worn over the shirt with a black belt at the waist to create definition. a belt is needed if you don't have a pear shape and want to have that statuesque look. A woman with a pear shape can skip the belt if it draws too much attention to the hips. A black pair of pumps is added to complete the look. A dress with a square or round neck is recommended for this look as less buttons will be shown.
  2. The shirt is worn over the dress with a red belt and red pumps. You can leave the shirt unbutton half-way from the top to create a less conservative look. A belt at the waist is necessary.  The sleeves can be rolled up also. 
  3. A sleeveless shirt can also be worn over the little black dress for a less formal look, or a blazer can be worn as an extra layer depending on your company's dress code. The third look is a chic look for a casual Friday. You can easily loose the blazer and head to the bar after work for a well-deserved cocktail hour.
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Nerline Germain
Nerline Germain

Hi, I am Nerline Germain. Welcome to my little corner! This blog is where I share things that I love or find interesting. I am a married mother of two with a degree in computer software. I don't really watch TV or listen to MUSIC. I read, drink red wine, and play with makeup. I hope we share the same interests. Contact: chicfromhair2toe@gmail.com. .


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  3. great post, so true about the 4 iconic pieces that will never go out of style. love the sets you created to, perfect for professional & business casual events.