In the early 18th century, black was a color symbolic of romance and artistry. As Ann Demeulemeester said of it, “Black is poetic. How do you imagine a poet? In a bright yellow jacket? Probably not.” In the early 19th century, black was adopted by the romantics such as Byron, Shelly, and Keats, due to its melancholic aura. As the Victorian Era began, black transitions from a color of art to one of grief and mourning, or one of service people like maids. Women were expected to wear black for at least four years after the death of their husbands.
Nowadays, black dress i a fashion symbol and every woman must have at least one black dress for any occasion. You can wear it on work, party, cocktail, dinner or just simply going out with friends.
Combinations is easy because wearing it you will feel comfortable and sexy enough that you can feel that you don/t need any other accessorize.