Ashley Shye

High Class Companion in Los Angeles

Glitzy Ritzy


Glitzy Ritzy

Hi all my friends hope you are ok thought you might like a bit of Ritzy.

The Ritz Carlton Los Angeles made me remember when a close friend of mine invited me to a function at the hotel. I wanted to look Ritzy and Sexy but elegant at the same time.

I chose black because black is back in fashion and it goes with anything my accessories were silver I wanted to look the part and perhaps steal someone’s heart, sexy was the aim to attract was the game. It worked!!

Little black dresses should be as easy going on as they are coming off. They should be classy and fabulous, just like the girl who wears them. They should also, however, be sexy like the woman whose curves fill them.

The iconic little black dress was first introduced to Vogue by Coco Chanel, whose sexual exploits were explored in the film The Rite Of Spring by Igor Stravinsky. Fashionista Chanel was pictured in a 1926 Vogue pictorial wearing a calf-length, straight, and simply-decorated little black dress. because, like the Model T, the little black dress was simple and accessible for women of all social classes. Vogue also said that the little black dress would become “a sort of uniform for all women of taste,” and they were correct. Today, the LBD is so popular that it has become a rule of fashion for every woman to own at least one. Whether you’re dressing up or dressing down, you don’t have to sacrifice class or comfort two of the many reasons why a black dress is an essential element in every woman’s wardrobe.

Perhaps the best thing about fumbling out the door in an LBD is what happens when you finally make it back home. It should be as easy to take off as it is to put on. Whether you’re dropping it to the floor and clamoring into bed for a long sleep, or you have someone else to help you with the zipper, the little black dress is certainly the most practical element of a woman’s wardrobe.

Ashley When in doubt get the black dress out come help me with the zipper xx

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