Look #3 - I love this structured dress, the crane embroidery, lapels, and slit are nice details to keep this from being a boring black dress. If your current LBD is getting a bit outdated, this will certainly revamp your wardrobe.
Look #9 - A timeless look; all of the pieces are great on their own, and all together is even better!
Look #10 - I love the python tee shirt, a nice replacement for your average cotton one. This is so stylish and all of these pieces you use in other outfits; these are investment pieces and they can be used for anything and everything.
Look #13 - A nice take on a classic look, redone with a printed oxford instead of a solid one for a bit of fun; note that this look has the same skirt, belt, and boots as the look above, and several others. Versatility is key.
Look #15 - A great price for a dress like this and these shoes can be dressed up or down.
Look #16 - This is a beautiful, elegant, dress, it would be very dark without the white cuffs and lapels, a nice detail.
Look #20 - This dress is in the red family, but not quite a warm color. It can be used for fall/winter or spring/summer. It looks comfortable, but not slouchy.
Look #21 - I love this velvet blazer, not your typical black blazer, with both a different color and material. This blouse can be dressed up, like in this look, or pair it with white jeans for a relaxed, beach-y look. And these pants are cropped with a contrasting stripe down the side, all the elements to make you look taller.
Look #23 - Although this is a black blazer, it's a peplum blazer so it's still not your typical. Again, the blouse can be used in so many different ways, along with the tuxedo ankle pants and heels.