We present a three-dimensional modeling of the Milky Way dust distribution by fitting the value-added star catalog of the LAMOST spectral survey. The global dust distribution can be described by an exponential disk with a scale length of 3192 pc and a scale height of 103 pc. In this modeling, the Sun is located above the dust disk with a vertical distance of 23 pc. Besides the global smooth structure, two substructures around the solar position are also identified. The one located at 150° < l < 200° and -5° < b < -30° is consistent with the Gould Belt model of Gontcharov, and the other one located at 140° < l < 165° and 0° < b < 15° is associated with the Camelopardalis molecular clouds.