Slip dresses have risen from the 90s and left the bedroom indefinitely. Similar to the effortless feel and look of a denim jacket or white t-shirt, these have become pieces you can just throw on when lying to yourself and saying you have nothing to wear. Don’t believe the hype and think these dresses are just for summer. Although these dresses are sleeveless, they are offered in longer lengths and material like velvet, silk, and satin to help combat the Fall breeze to come. For extra detailing, some slip dresses are trimmed in lace applique and have thigh-high slits. Countless celebrities and style bloggers have been pictured in the latest trend in various ways that you can take style cues from. Below are 3 ways to style a slip dress.
With a Denim Jacket and Sneakers
The ankle length and lace detailing make the Boohoo Lace Trim Satin Slip Dress very elegant. To add an unexpected flair, add a light-wash Marc Jacobs Denim Jacket, black & white Converse sneakers, Whipstitch Bucket Backpack and Gold & Black Wrap Necklace. This outfit is a perfect example of being cute and comfortable!
With a Tee Underneath
For complete 90s nostalgia, wear a tee underneath a Silence + Noise V-Neck Cupro Mini Slip Dress with a Filigree Choker. This look is super trendy right now, and you won’t have to deal with the hassle of a strapless bra if you’re uncomfortable with going bra-less. With the Crop Girl Squad Boxy Tee, you can experiment with more of a grunge look and try a pair of Dr. Martens instead of heels or ordinary sneakers.
With a Blazer
A blazer is a staple, wear-to-work item that every woman should own. It can add a sleek, androgynous look to any outfit including a slip dress. Throw on a Lavish Alice Cape Blazer over your Lace Trim Cami Dress with Chunky Velvet Heels, Leather Tassel Clutch Bag, and you are ready for the office, and just remove it before heading to happy hour.
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