Yves Saint Laurent once said “Fashion fades” yet “style is eternal”. Eternity is a long old time, so Little Black Dress has made it even easier for you to remain forever in style! We proudly introduce our brand new Trends Shop! We’ve rounded up the key SS2013 dress trends in one easy-to-shop place. Whatever your fancy, from chic monochrome and bold prints, to vintage-inspired lace, satins and sheers, perfect for after-dark, finding your that special frock is now easier than ever. Click on the link below to visit the new Trends Shop, or read on for a taster of some of our favourite new season styles... VISIT THE NEW TRENDS SHOP PETAL POWER ‘Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.’ Make even the toughest critics eat their words, with these mesmerising prints. This seasonal trend bloomed on the catwalks of designers like Dolce & Gabbana and Moschino, with a much more fun and vibrant revival – unlike past seasons of vintage and muted aesthetic. So go bold and wear your florals on your dress loud and proud, as seen on Whitney Port, Alexa Chung and Rihanna. Remember, keep the print the focal point by teaming with muted heels, bag and jacket. From left to right: Kate Fearnley Alice Dress in Turquoise, £180; Darling Ashley Pencil Dress, £67; Lipstick Boutique Florence Dress, £75; Ruby Ray Floral Maxi Dress, £215 SHOP ALL FLORAL PRINT DRESSES LACE & SHEER Channel your inner Kate Middleton and wear your fashion crown proudly in a beautiful lace dress. If you’re feeling too conservative, be daring in sheer. Lace is forever romantic and seductive, whether in classic black (our favourite, of course) or one of spring’s fresher shades. It's the number one trend for sophistication and femininity. From left to right: Bourne Elissa Dress in coral, £240; Beloved Ankara Dress, £80; Lipstick Boutique Lacey Dress in black, £65; Z-Mode Lola Swing Dress, £230 SHOP ALL LACE AND SHEER DRESSES MONOCHROME Add some white to your LBD for serious style points this season. The catwalks were awash with bold black and white, from eye-catching stripes and checks, to 60s-inspired block panels and prints. Choose structured styles for maximum effect, and inject some fun with extra detailing such as bows and lace trim. From left to right: Lipstick Boutique Ivy Dress, £70; Kate Fearnley Long Buttercup Dress in monochrome, £180; James Lakeland Katia Geometric Print Dress, £149; Bernshaw Laura Dress in Monochrome, £365 SHOP ALL MONOCHROME DRESSES