Find Your Little Black Dress for Less

In 1926, Coco Chanel made one of the greatest contributions to fashion by creating the Little Black Dress. Affectionately referred to as LBD, it wasn’t until 1961 that Audrey Hepburn turned this simple and sophisticated garment from a novelty into a universal staple when she wore it in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Elegant yet simple, versatile and accessible, this iconic fashion staple has found its way into virtually every woman’s closet.

With New Year’s Eve parties right around the corner, women across the country are scrambling to find the perfect dress to ring in 2017. For those in a fashion frenzy, I have good news! Swap.com has more than 20,000 Little Black Dresses and thousands of these showstoppers are New with Tags (NWT), which means they’ve never been worn!

Secondhand does not mean second best. When you buy from Swap.com, you can breathe easier knowing no one else will be rocking your look as our dresses are one-of-a-kind. Now that you know where to shop, you can focus on turning heads with your signature style. And don’t feel too smug knowing you spent less than $20 on the perfect Little Black Dress that looks like a million bucks.

Tammy Kotula

Tammy Kotula heads up PR at Swap.com where tech meets fashion. Her unique style can be described as blending black and neutral staples with a hint of edge to keep things interesting. Made in Michigan and now living in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood, Tammy is a lover of cats, reality TV addict, night owl and enemy of shrimp.

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