Black dress is and always will be popular for one simple reason – nothing beats black when it comes to covering flaws. Black is also wonderful because you don’t have to worry about over-exposing (unless you’re wearing black lace or black chiffon pieces) unlike white.
Singapore is no exception too – black is popular here. Black is a hot favourite for ethnic dress in Singapore. Malay dressqipao dress can also be spotted in black for special occasions such as dinners and functions. For modern dresses, black is also the popular. The latest fad are black bodycon dresses, whereby these dresses are tight-fitting and figure-hugging. These type of dresses can prove a boon or bane depending on how it’s worn and the wearer’s figure. Lace is the in thing too. If you associate lace with your grandma’s undergarment, you’re too backward! Black lace is all in the rage now and they comes in all kinds of designs unlike the kind you used to associate with bras and the likes. (or ‘baju kebaya’) can often be seen in stylish and modern designs with the kebaya (or blouse) with sheer cloth and lace patterns and the dress being fitted to the body. Though not usually worn,
Going halfway across the globe, the Western’s version of LBD are usually party dresses of tube, spaghetti or halter designs. The Korean dress I’ve come across seem to be more conservative. Instead of the usual flesh showing black dresses, the Korean dress I’ve seen are sleeved instead.
Little Black Korean Dress – Casual
These casual dresses both happen to have some sort of a drape, Side Slit Dress has a slanting drape and a side and Side Swept Dress has an asymmetrical hem. If you have read my previous entry ‘What’s so special about Korean fashion?’, I’ve highlighted that Korean designers have a penchant for asymmetrical things.
Little Black Korean Dress – Dressy
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