Day 31: Little Black Dress Experiment™ Tours to New York, New York

Posted on | August 31, 2010

Karen Klopp- WhatToWearWhere
New York, New York- The Metropolitan Museum

I am Karen Klopp, founder of, a digital boutique and blog, updated daily, that helps today’s busy women dress for all of life’s events, sports and travel.  The site is an aggregator of all the best online women’s fashion sites.   Read more

Day 30: Little Black Dress Experiment™ Tours to Los Angeles, California

Posted on | August 30, 2010

Kelsi Smith- Dedicated Follower of Fashion
PHOTO LOCATION: Los Angeles, California

My name is Kelsi Smith and I am the Editor and Founder of Dedicated Follower of Fashion and I’m here in sunny and fabulous Downtown Los Angeles. Peeking out of my background there is the Walt Disney Concert Hall, a beautiful landmark in this fabulous city designed by world renowned architect Frank Gehry. Now it may seem that I’m just standing in an ordinary parking lot – for the view perhaps? Nope, this ordinary little parking lot will be, in 6 months from now, a Downtown Los Angeles landmark in itself as the new home of Los Angeles Fashion Week thanks to Fashion Los Angeles ( and architect Marmol Radziner. Exciting stuff happening in my amazing city! Read more

Day 29: Little Black Dress Experiment Tours to Houston, Texas

Posted on | August 29, 2010

Sarah Bray-
PHOTO LOCATION: Houston, TX- Lake Woodlands does the Little Black Dress Experiement

I chose to pair my classic black Ann Taylor sheath ($128) with some bold statement pieces that express my true personality and style. The cotton shirt-dress is versatile, comfortable and flattering – making this piece the ultimate closet staple. Yet those three factors proved as an unexpected challenge when it came down to styling my individual look for Society Stylist’s Little Black Dress Experiment, because the directions this dress could be taken are limitless! Paired with black pumps the look is “Career Chic,” worn with a cardigan, layered with polos and paired with ballet flats or loafers it’s “Country Club Chic,” but what I was looking for was a glamed-out, on-trend, head turning, but not gaudy, fabulous “Texas Chic”! Read more

Day 28: Little Black Dress Experiment Tours to Dallas, Texas

Posted on | August 28, 2010

LeeAnne Locken- LeeAnne Locken

So here’s my version of Society Stylist, Valerie Elizabeth’s “Little Black Dress Experiment”. First of all, I must say Ann Taylor created the perfect dress!! It really doesn’t need a thing but for the experiment I added a little!! Read more

Day 27: Little Black Dress Experiment Tours to Burlington, Vermont

Posted on | August 27, 2010

Lesley Scott-
PHOTO LOCATION: Burlington, Vermont

Hailing from Vermont (sometimes…when the weather’s nice), NYC (more often), and on a trip somewhere fun like Paris or London (as much as possible), I’m Lesley Scott, the Editor in Chief of Read more

Day 26: Little Black Dress Experiment Tours to Tulsa, Oklahoma

Posted on | August 26, 2010

Beth Anderson-Chic Galleria Magazine
PHOTO LOCATION: Tulsa, Oklahoma

Heralded by Vogue as “a sort of uniform for all women of taste,” the little black dress was first introduced in the early 1920s my Coco Chanel.  It’s popularity grew with designers such as Dior, Givenchy and Bill Blass altering it’s length, bodice and trimmings to meet the trends of their time.  The little black dress is the one staple that every woman must have in their wardrobe.  As Editor-in-Chief of Chic Galleria magazine (, being part of The Little Black Dress Experiment Tour placed me in front of the third largest free-standing statue in the United States, the Golden Driller in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Read more

Day 25: Little Black Dress Experiment Tours to Riverside, California

Posted on | August 25, 2010

Kadi Prescott- Girly Gazette
PHOTO LOCATION: Riverside, CA (Mission Inn)
[Photo Credit: ItsyBitsy Photography]

I’m Kadi Prescott, creator of Girly Gazette and proud California girl! By day, I’m a work at home mother of seven who has to dress with a focus on functionality and comfort. On the flip side, I’m a media maven and creator of social networking events. This alter ego feeds my need to socialize and get glam! My mission in life, outside of hosting my own television show, is to teach the world that motherhood should not kill our inner fashionistas! Read more

Day 24: Little Black Dress Experiment Tours to Georgetown, D.C.

Posted on | August 24, 2010

Vyqué White- Fasshonaburu
PHOTO LOCATION: Georgetown, D.C.

I’m Vyqué, creator and Editor-at-Large of DC-based fashion blog, Fasshonaburu. Once known as “Hollywood for ugly people,” the nation’s capital is slowly coming into its own as a stylish city!  I couldn’t think of a better place to take my picture than historic neighborhood of Georgetown, with its canals, fashion boutiques, foreign embassies and… the infamous stairs used in the climactic scene of “The Exorcist!” Read more

Day 23: Little Black Dress Experiment Tours to Raleigh, North Carolina

Posted on | August 23, 2010

Erika Marie- Fashion Chalet
LOCATION: Raleigh, North Carolina

When I found out that Fashion Chalet was invited to join this remarkable challenge I couldn’t wait to try on the dress. The Little Black Dress is an essential, classic and iconic piece for any woman’s wardrobe. So much so that it has even coined the acronym, LBD. Read more

Day 22: Little Black Dress Experiment™ Tours to Dallas, Texas

Posted on | August 22, 2010

Chevis English – Face Doctorette: Confessions of a Plastic Surgeon’s Daughter
PHOTO LOCATION: Dallas, Texas – Pioneer Plaza

Hey Ya’ll – I’m Chevis English from Face Doctorette, which is a blog about beauty, style and healthy living. I have always been obsessed with clothes and putting different pieces together that most people wouldn’t combine so I couldn’t wait to participate in this experiment. The inspiration for my look came from the fabulous “Lexine” boot from Vince Camuto. I got these boots a couple of weeks ago and couldn’t wait to wear them. I paired my Little Black Dress from Ann Taylor with a chambray shirt from Topshop. I simply tied it up, threw on my boots and slathered on some shiny read lipstick et voilà. You can’t get more southern than that! Read more

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