Little black dress as a symbol of timeless classics and elegance. It was yet bequeathed by great Coco Chanel that every single woman should has at least one little black dress in her wardrobe. 

I would ad that you can never have too many little black dresses. It can simply be in different styles, shapes and materials. In my arsenal you can find around 10 such dresses. It just happens that recently my preference fall for black ones. Why?
Firstly, it's an established stereotype thanks to Chanel again. Although, Hubert de Givenchy also played a significant part in LBD's becoming an must-have. Let us recall, for example, Audrey Hepburn in the "Breakfast at Tiffany's". It's been more than half a century, but the dress still haven't lost its positions.
Secondly, little black dress will always present its owner's body in the best possible way. It doesn't necessarily has to be tight fitting, don't forget about all available styles. So each of us has a chance to find a perfect little black dress in which you will look very tasty.
Thirdly, and finally, other color will simply look gorgeous on a black background. If you think that little black dress is boring then you can play around with accessories. For example, add red court shoes or a necklace in pale pink color.
In my version, I chose a dress in lace with slightly opened back and interesting sleeves. And did add high heels with straps, a pretty cheeky element, as well as beaded clutch bag. In general, day and evening styles happened to merge in this look. The final touch, of course, was made by red lipstick.

Look of the Day:
H&M lace dress
Asos TRADE sandal boots
Unknown beaded clutch
HULTQUIST Copenhagen necklace