What would we have done without Coco Chanel. In 1926 she created the little black dress (LBD). American Vogue wrote that an LBD was “the frock that all the world would wear.” How right they were! To this day, every woman (should have) has on in her closet so that we may torment men with our beauty.
Of the three stories, Abbey’s Angels by Sarah O’Rourke was my favorite. Abbey’s losses gutted me. I totally get her insecurities and her fears. If my husband was ignoring me, I would be nervous too. Thanks to a little black dress, Abbey reconnects with her husband and finds out what was going on with him. A part of me wanted to smack Whitt and the other part of me wanted to kiss him breathless. I don’t know what I would have done if I was him. His wife was so fragile. I get it.
A touching story about loss, love and how a little black dress helped a couple reunite.
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There’s something about the little black dress. The go-to wisp of material that’s perfect for any occasion. The quintessential LBD hugs, stretches, and moves with the female form. Every woman needs one at some point, and sometimes that means borrowing from a friend.
Starting with Abby, this lucky LBD makes its way into the stories of Lucy, Katie, and Winnie right when they need it most. Four women, four stories, and four happily ever afters…And it all started with one little black dress.
Warning: Keep your hands off our Little Black Dress if you’re not 18.
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