With spring just a few days away, now may be a good time to invest in a slip dress to show off those legs. It’s versatile enough to be dressed up or down and even if you avoid dresses when it’s chilly, we’re about to change your mind about not wearing dresses in the cold. Discover slip dress styles that can be worn all year long and for every occasion to upgrade your transitional wardrobe.
SLIP DRESS STYLES
If you’re looking for something to wear to a cocktail party, choose a stain lace trim to slip a little dress. When worn with clear mid-heel mules and a statement handbag, this look is fantastic. If the weather is cool, don’t be afraid to grab an oversized blazer. If you prefer sneakers to heels, put on your favourite chunky kicks and layer your little slip dress over your favourite long-sleeved tee for an easy daytime outfit.
Are you looking for a dress that makes a statement? We’ve got you gal, add-to-bag our lime satin cami strap lace trim maxi dress. This eye-catching piece has a broderie Anglaise cutout for more intricacy and looks killer with bold boots. If you want to keep things simple, go in white sandals and a white bag.
Lime Satin Cami Strap Lace Dress
If you’re a fan of the indie sleazy trend, our black polka dot cowl neck cami slip midi dress with laced up black chunky boots is the perfect match. If you’re unfamiliar with the indie sleazy style, it’s a mash-up of ’90s grunge with ’80s grandeur. Don’t be scared to finish the look with a leather motorcycle jacket and a leather bucket bag.
Black Polka Dot Cami Slip Midi Dress
Our khaki v neck cami strappy slip short dress should take centre stage in your spring/summer collection if you enjoy neutral tones. Choose a white tee underneath, lace-up cream boots, sunnies, and a bamboo caged purse to create a preppy yet sophisticated appearance.
Khaki VNeck Cami Strappy Slip Mini Dress
A satin slip dress is necessary if you’ve been asked to a wedding, have your graduation date in the diary, or are going out this weekend. Allow the dress to speak for itself, and keep your accessories to a minimum. Avoid wearing jewellery to highlight the cowl neck feature. Choose hoop earrings, lace-up heels, and a croc top handle little bag instead.
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