If you choose to wear a little black dress when your seasonal color palette does not include black, you could be making yourself appear older, unbalanced, dull and highlight skin imperfections quite simply because you are not wearing a color that aligns with you.
The very term "little black dress," was established in 1926, in an American Vogue illustration of Gabrielle Chanel's first black "Ford." It has since become a metaphor for cosmopolitan glamour; yet it is no longer an invariable of convention and propriety.
Not only do the PRs and guest list guards wear all-black, so do the waiting staff. This means that color, pattern and shape are compulsory unless you want other party guests trying to check in with you. This fall more than ever, the LBD just feels wrong.
This year, I've selected the crème de la crème of my healthy living tips to give you the red carpet glow without sweating it out at the gym. Follow these golden rules for the next month, and you're bound to look and feel your best when it's party time!