I went to a party recently, and found myself and about four other women in little black dresses. There was some slight neckline variation. But, I felt funny wearing basically the same clothes as these other women. My husband did not even notice, nor did anyone say anything. Should I have said something to these other women to ease the tension?
The wonderful thing about the little black dress is that it doesn't draw attention to itself and looks like a different dress on different people. The accessories such as jewelry, scarves, and shoes help set each dress apart.
Your husband did not even notice that other women had on similar dresses, and most likely, no one else did either.
The only time a nice comment could be made to ease any tension, is when two people are wearing the same outfit, but only if the outfit stands out and are exactly the same. Little black dresses are not that type of outfit.
At many social functions, you will see all the men the same type of suit (or tuxedos) and women in similar black short or long dresses.