Tuxedo Dress
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The little black dress has been a wardrobe staple for women throughout history. It should be the one item in your closet that you can wear with absolute ease and confidence for an evening out. This season, I fell head over heel in love with a variation of the LBD, the iconic tuxedo dress.

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In 1966, Yves Saint Laurent’s reinterpretation of menswear led to his creation of the female tux, which he named Le Smoking. From form fitting blazers paired with sleek pants to variations of the two-piece suit, tailored looks took over the fashion scene. YSL continued to reinvent the style for seasons to come where he eventually introduced the tuxedo dress. Though the neck & hemlines vary, the sultry and sexy nature of the look remains a striking feature to all.

It was love at first sight when I spotted this Tuxedo dress from Six Crisp days at B-Lux Boutique. Everything from its plunging neckline and sleek lapel to its ultra flattering cut make it the perfect LBD. This timeless piece is a classic that I look forward to wearing for years to come! 

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Tuxedo dress: Six Crisp Days from B-Lux boutique , Clutch: Valentino, Bracelet: Hermes, Sandals: Stuart Weitzman, 

Rings: The Right Hand Gal, and  Bettyray.

Nude nails mani by Rouge Nail Bar

Photography by Patricia Brochu