The real champion of the slip dress was, of course, Kate Moss.
The waif-like supermodel could wear a satin slip like no other. Bow down, bitches.
Nowadays, Kylie Jenner has single-handedly raised slip dresses from the dead. She’s probably also responsible for that whole bandana craze.
Simple black and white make for a great combination but feel free to mix it up with colours and different styles of dress.
I found this red Guess silk slip dress for €2 in my local charity shop. I layered it with a long top, sheer tights and Doc Martens.
Topshop currently has lots of slip dresses. PS if you haven’t been to new revamped Topshop on Stephen’s Green, GO NOW!
I can’t write a blog post without including something floral so here’s a little beauty from Miss Selfridge.
I knew I needed help for my floral addiction when this happened…
Naturally, Urban Outfitters have their finger on the pulse with this fashion-forward black slip dress.
Peach and champagne colour slip dresses are a nice alternative to black and look great with a tan.
These dresses look best with bare legs and simple shoes, ideally flats.
Slip dresses don’t have to be super short either, laid-back style doesn’t get much better than this Boohoo midi.
If your slip dress resembles a nightdress/lingerie, all the better.
Satin, silk and lace trims are all good, just keep the rest of the outfit classy.
Other ways to do 90’s layering are wearing a vest over a t-shirt a la Cher, pinafore dresses over t-shirts and throw on a bandana as an accessory.
Hope you’ve enjoyed this post, leave me a comment and let me know! I can’t believe it’s taken me three years to devote an entire blog post to Clueless 😛
I’ve been longlisted for the Blog Awards again this year so thanks for the nominations, I’m delighted.