The simple, straight-cut boxy silhouette of a shift gives way to gorgeous slip maxi dresses. Easy to style and remarkably effortless to incorporate within a modest wardrobe, the slip maxi dress once again continues to be much favoured this spring-summer.
Slips understandably used to be inner garments. Now crafted in thicker, more luxurious fabrics, they make for a light and airy inner layers without compromising either on style, comfort, or modesty. With a bit of extra coverage in terms of light outerwear for the summer and heavier ones for nippier weather, the slip maxi dress is indeed the on-trend yet humble champion for the discerning dresser.
On that note, we have presented four colours. One dress. Endless looks you will love!
Pebble Slip Dress
Enthusing earthy and rustic vibes is this Pebble Slip Dress. With its almost vintage-like bearing, this dress is easy to style daily essential pieces such as open-front abayas and kimonos to create unique looks each time. With a piped round neck that gives way to a centre-frontal seam, it thrives on simplicity. An inspired palette of rich neutrals such as blacks, greys, navy, and rusts will beautifully complement it. And styled with basic shoes and lush headscarves, the dress will keep casual chic on point. Dress it a notch up? Throw on a chunky belt and metallic pumps for a tad of dressiness.
Black Slip Dress
A staple variant of the former pebble number is this Black Slip Dress. An essential to add to your collection of slip maxi dresses, the endless versatility deems it a complete star. Easily styled to perfection for both AM and PM dressing, the black and pebble slip dresses have added spandex for ease of movement and comfort. And although true to size, choosing a larger size will keep them cling-free and smoothed as you go about your day. Add a pop of colour to this black inner, by maybe choosing a bright handbag to go with it or a tribal chest-plate style necklace. Keep it formal by pairing it with a floor-dusting trench and a geometric silk scarf. Put on an embellished kimono over it for a dinner out. Or simply wear it under our flared and split kimono for a different take on things!
Sand Slip Dress
And for our final favourite, we pick this Sand Slip Dress. The colour adds in a hint of dressiness that shines through when paired with lace kimonos and other formal jackets.
Runways throughout SS ’18 have touched base with nude palettes, and this dress and its accompaniments do the very same. When choosing to style, think of makeup palettes transcending into clothes! Eyeshadow greys and browns will work perfectly with it. Bring in a hint of shimmer through a statement gold bracelet or a string of dark sea pearls. Finish off with a silky hijab, nude court heels, and a delicately embellished handbag.
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