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Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Born Slippy

The great thing about a Slip Dress is it's so versatile. During the 90s it was worn alone or layered over t-shirts & flared jeans & there is not much difference now. A shirt or long sleeve t-shirt seems to be the favourite item to layer it over at the moment but with so many types of slip dresses whether it's cute and girly cotton jersey versions, soft grungey velvet's or shimmering, iridescent sheers there is so much you can do with a slip dress. Even the lengths vary from mini, midi to maxi, layer yours up over long sleeve shirts & t shirts in the winter, with anything from sportswear to evening wear, the slip dress is here to stay for at least a couple more seasons, a great investment to purchase now I reckon!
















All images courtesy of  Asos.com, zara.com, Assembly New York, stylist.co.uk, Gilda Ambrosio in Attico, urbanoutifitters.com, racheljames_,  loq-journal.tumblr.com, vogue.com, Au Jour le Jour, Saint Laurent, Corinne Day for ID Magazine, Ashish. Susie Bubble in Molly Goddard, wear.jp
Last three images styling & photography by No Debutante (wearing Tezla, The White Pepper, Urban Outfitters, Adidas & Reebok).


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