Layering is Key in Styling a Black Slim Dress

There's always a black dress that goes into the hard-to-match territory. Do you know those ones that are all lace or mesh or organza? The easiest way to make this black dress work for you is to tilt the opaque. Buy some nice lingerie, pair it with your favorite boots, and let the dress do the talking.



The best thing about black dresses is that they are a staple that you probably already own. But if you're looking for a way to add some flair to a black dress at the back of your wardrobe, try pairing it with one of this season's biggest accessory trends: cowgirl boots. This look will make you say "Yeehaw!" If you're working with a long black slim dress, you can try layering it with a fur coat which will give you that old-money look while also keeping warm during the cold season.



Choosing the Right Shoe Height

However, if you like high heels, there is no better shoe than square-toe heels. Choose a stylish pair of square-toe heels to spice things up a bit. These heels feature a 2 to 3-inch heel and a high protrusion to give you the extra height you need for a night out or a party. Knee-high boots can also work well because many women's legs are narrowest just below the knee.



Accessorizing with a Statement Necklace

I'm a big believer in statement jewelry. But keep it simple. Opt for one statement piece rather than a lot of small pieces. Choose from necklaces, earrings, or bracelets. Avoid wearing everything at once. Unless you're Iris Apfel and have a winning personality.



Statement jewelry is designed for your maximum pleasure. However, if you break these unspoken rules, you will say the wrong thing. From bangles, rings, earrings and necklaces to handbags, once you add a statement piece to your ensemble, your look can go from mediocre to a stunning masterpiece.

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