Is the "Little Black Dress" still the "standard", or is there something else considered as "simple and elegant"?

Is the "Little Black Dress" still the "standard", or is there something else considered as "simple and elegant"?

Bignuf Bignuf
Is there anything YOU find as simple and elegant as the "little black dress"? A few years ago they tried so "substitute" red and then silver, but they simply never replaced the black for most "fancy wear" best as I can tell from some very fancy parties.

What do you think. Is the "LBD" still "the only way to go" for some occasions?
10/16/2011
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AndroAngel AndroAngel
I think the little black dress is a must-have for fancy occasions, it speaks to a simple kind of elegance. The closest you can get without it is a deep indigo or rich violet dress.
10/16/2011
- Kira - - Kira -
About half of my dresses are black. It's the go to standard still for dresses. I do have a lovely navy colored one I've worn to some work events that's elegant as well so you could make that color work.
10/16/2011
GravyCakes GravyCakes
it's considered a classic b/c it's timeless & never goes out of style.
10/16/2011
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