Little Black Dress by Susan McBrideTwo sisters whose lives seemed forever intertwined are torn apart when a magical little black dress gives each one a glimpse of an unavoidable future.
Antonia Ashton has worked hard to build a thriving career and a committed relationship, but she realizes her life has gone off-track. Forced to return home to Blue Hills when her mother, Evie, suffers a massive stroke, Toni finds the old Victorian where she grew up as crammed full of secrets as it is with clutter. Now she must put her mother’s house in order—and uncover long-buried truths about Evie and her aunt, Anna, who vanished fifty years earlier on the eve of her wedding. By shedding light on the past, Toni illuminates her own mistakes and learns the most unexpected things about love, magic, and a little black dress with the power to break hearts...and mend them.
A lovely and entertaining journey into the magical side of things.--Sarah Addison Allen
“Ill read anything by Susan McBride.”
“An enchanting escape into a magical world.” —M. J. Rose
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I've been a lover of classic LBDs since the moment I snuck into my first nightclub. Anyone that knows me truly knows how much I love them. No other colour defines your waist and slims your thighs quite like an LBD; it has been, and always will be, a woman's wardrobe staple. It's a classic style that could never be boring, and anyone that tells you otherwise doesn't know where to shop, or how to style sorry, not sorry. Because whether you're a lover of low necklines, mid-calf lengths, tight-fitting silhouettes, or shorter styles with two delicate black straps, there's an LBD to suit everyone's tastes.
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It is the witching hour. In a dimly lit room in South Kensington in London, a group of ultrachic women, dressed alluringly in black, appears to be mingling at a fashionable party. The floor is strewn with glitter; and against their black dresses can be seen the glint of cut crystal or the gleam of pearls. Time stands still. But ageless as the various dresses may seem, each one is from a specific year, from to the present, for the party and its mannequin guests are encased in glass as part of the Victoria and Albert Museum's exhibition on the 20th-century fashion phenomenon known as ''The Little Black Dress. What is immediately striking about this display of 21 dresses from the English and French couture is that any one of them could walk out to a real cocktail party today and look as fresh and classic as the day it was designed - from Paul Poiret's black lace and gilt ''Samovar'' dress of to Christian Dior's ''New Look'' in black woolen crepe or Cristobal Balenciaga's sculptural dress that dips from short to long through Jean Muir's fluid matte rayon day dress. And only as the viewer reads the captions does it become apparent that several closely related dresses were not designed in the same year.
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Hunting down the very best little black dress you can find is like discovering your very own pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. It can save you from numerous sartorial disasters, it goes with everything and it always flatters. The LBD, as we've now come to know it, was originally created in by none other than fashion's greatest icon, Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel. It was designed for a Vogue feature that called it the "frock that the world will wear. The reason for its everlasting popularity? The LBD looks good on anyone, regardless of shape, size or age.