90s Revival: The Satin Slip Dress

Slinky, sexy, chic — there are so many reasons to love the satin slip dress, but the most timely one is the fact that’s it’s the perfect transitional piece for autumn. We’re thrilled to see the 90’s silhouette pop up again on runways (and wedding aisles!) with its versatile everyday to eveningwear potential.

Layer it with long sleeves when it starts to cool, or keep it suggestive and sexy peeking out under a full-length coat. Whatever you choose, it’s a never-fail look that oozes easy elegance.

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Image: Lewis Gown by Alexandra Grecco

A satin slip dress is  one of those incredible body-moulding styles that is truly a wardrobe essential. The resurgence of satin for the season is ubiquitous – even runways are committed to the trend.

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The classic t-shirt and slip combination is fun and quirky – every girl loves a little pattern-clashing or a printed tee. The slip dress definitely gives us boudoir vibes and for autumn, a turtle neck shirt looks just as good underneath.

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The satin slip dress trend proves a sense of versatility – over loose trousers. With the easiness of wear, it’s the kind of piece that you can just – slip if you will – over your head as you leave the house. If you love a polished look, aim for a pair of your favourite shoes – don’t forget some dainty accessories. Compliments included.

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If you’re Kim Kardashian, fashion history has been revamped. A chunky sweater can work wonders for winter layering; let us not forget woolly coats, cashmere pullovers and linen cardigans. Feel like paparazzi bait yet?

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