11 Little Black Dresses for 2011

The Little Black Dress of the year… 
Belongs to Harry Potter’s Emma Watson, who wore this flirty feathery frock by Spanish designer Rafael Lopez to the November 2010 premiere of ‘Deathly Hallows.’ 
Other LBDs that top the charts in terms of style, simplicity and elegance?
Well, I’m no Robin Givhan, but if I were then I’d start with Washingtonian (by way of Chicago) Michelle Obama and the TDF (to die for) vintage 1950s Norman Norell cocktail dress she wore to the December 2010 Christmas in Washington event at the White House.
The First Lady in vintage Norell.
Dresses like this are valued at $250,000 and are usually only on display at museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, according to the Vintage Style Files
You can look, but don’t touch
this 1955 Norell vintage dress.
It is on display at the Met,
reports the Vintage Style Files.

Another first lady (of Spice, that is) who doesn’t disappoint in the LBD category is Victoria Beckham, seen below in this ruffled black mini. The World’s Most Glamourous Celebrity, according to a 2010 Max Factor poll, wore the frock to a lunch in the Piccadilly neighborhood of London in May of 2010.

Style Tip: Tan heels with a little black
dress makes the legs look longer.
But no one with multiple children from multiple nations is more stunning than Angelina Jolie in this sequined Armani LBD, which she wore to the premiere of Salt in July of 2010.
Here’s how some other celebs are rocking their little black dresses… 
And if you want to know how you can rock a pret-a-porter LBD of your own, then check out the hottest off-the-rack styles at Refinery29.com.
Happy New Year!
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