The slip dress has been a staple this year. Although it has been popular this summer, it doesn’t mean you can’t carry on wearing it while the weather is getting a little colder. Here are four ways you can take one dress and style it completely different for four different occasions.
- SLIP DRESS AND HEELS
Friday is finally here and you are going out with the girls. The most sophisticated dress to throw on is the slip dress. An elegant silhouette which looks completely effortless to wear and style (which it is). All you have to do is pop it on. Accessorise the slip dress with hoops, a bright lipstick and Terry de Havilland heels. The Sophia Green heel compliments the black slip dress for a seasonal colour tone.
2. SLIP DRESS AND T-SHIRT FOR A CASUAL STYLING
Are you going shopping with your boyfriend and stuck with what to wear? Pull out your slip dress again and add it on top of an old T-shirt – this completely changes the styling of the slip dress to a casual day look. Accessories this outfit with a crossbody bag and festival boots – you look on-trend and most importantly comfortable!
3. SLIP DRESS AND TOP FOR A NIGHT OUT
Going out with your friends again and you don’t want to outfit repeat? How about wearing a dressy top over your slip dress – your slip dress then becomes a skirt. No one will know – it’s not outfit repeating when the outfit looks completely different! Accessorise with the Maxima mule heel and a matching clutch bag. A natural makeup look and scraped back hair goes well with this sophisticated styling.
4. SLIP DRESS AND LONGLINE COAT
A meal with the family is always an ‘in the middle’ outfit, not too dressy but not too casual. Your slip dress is perfect for this occasion. Pair with a longline coat – you can be playful and add some pattern to your outfit like this Zebra jacket. To finish, add the Margaux wedges if you want a high shoe which is super easy to walk in and don’t forget your handbag! All set to enjoy a nice meal.
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