How to Wear: Slip Dresses Over Sweaters
This in-between weather styling trick will save you
It’s a menial styling trick that is 100% worth trying because:
+You might not realize that you own a slip dress, but trust me, you do. How do I know this? Because a) plenty of dresses come with slips baked into them and my guess is that you have some of these, no?, b) night gowns are very much multi-functional, and c) you shop at The Reformation.
+Slip dresses are an extremely easy way to get dressed when you need to but don’t want to.
+They’re also back, which is timed nicely with reasons one and two. If you need a proof of concept, I invite you to revisit Calvin Klein’s Spring 16 show — ditto that for Marc Jacobs, Brock Collection and Hillier Bartley, or look even closer into the most recent Louis Vuitton show, where there was an assortment shown last month in Paris.
Now, the weather keeps telling us to bare our legs because warm days are ahead but what seems to manifest in spite of the forecast is misleadingly cold weather, so why not tackle that problem by adhering to a micro-trend that comes in tandem with the slip dress — wearing a knit underneath it? It’s as simple as layering the two garments, looking into the mirror, winking at yourself and then walking out the door. If these words haven’t convinced you, maybe the above photos will?
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