Three Ways to Wear a Little Black Dress

three ways to wear a little black dress I am over the moon with my little black dress from BA&SH at Monica & Joe! I think it’s really classy! I’ve made a little video of myself wearing it three different ways – a little chic ballet look, a Robert Palmer-esque glam look and a more grungey biker look. I think I’m most comfortable with the third look but I shall be sporting all of them over the Christmas hols!

As I write, I have another tab open at the Monica & Joe checkout with a biker jacket and another dress in my basket – there’s a 50% sale on! This is probably the most dangerous time of year for me, financially, because I can’t resist a bargain. Oh well. I’ll never change..

I’ve listed all of the makeup used for each look below the video pane – I hope you like this type of Style video as I’ll be doing more in the future!

Dress is from Monica & Joe and is by the label BA&SH! It’s on sale at the moment!

Natural Look:

 Ballet Pumps, Office

 Clinique High Lengths Mascara, £15:


 Jouer Tinted Moisturiser, £29:

 Jemma Kidd Cream Blush in Pawpaw, £14 delivered:

 Sue Devitt Shadow in Icelandic Fjord: Fenwicks

 Urban Decay Liplove in ‘Taunt’, £12:

 Biker boots look:

 Biker Boots are from Belstaff

 No7 Tinted Moisturiser, £12:

 YSL Touche Eclat Shade 2: £17.95 delivered at CheapSmells:

 Giorgio Armani Lipstick in Beige 100, £23: 

 YSL Tuxedo Eye Palette: check counter

 YSL Dessin du Regard Black Eye Pencil, £18: or £14.50 delivered at CheapSmells:

 Red Lips Look:

 Base, Jouer as above

 Shiseido Bronzer, shade 2, £32:

 No7 Shadow Pencil, £10.50:

 All For Eve Lipstick, £10.50 with free delivery:

 YSL Dessin du Regard Black Eye Pencil, £18: or £14.50 delivered at CheapSmells:

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