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Slip Dresses

Updated on December 10, 2014

Thanks to Kate Moss!

No one rocks a slip dress like Kate Moss. Ever since she stepped out in a daring sheer gown for an Elite Model Agency bash in 1993, we know that the slip dress will be forever on the fashion stage. And that look, has since become iconic and will forever be in the fashion hall of fame.

Let Mossy Show Us The Evolution Of The Slip Dress

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"Never complain. Never explain."

— Kate Moss

Too hot for clothes, it's perfect for summer!

Temperatures soar and days get hazy. Too hot for clothes? What about a barely-there gown. The simple lines, sheer fabric, unfussy details make a slip dress a perfect summer outfit. The 90s fashion has made a major throwback recent years and put the slip dress on your to-buy list.

Try A Sweet Look

For a girls' afternoon, try a sweet and feminine look with a floral print slip dress. Add elegance to your outfit with a textured clutch.

Feel too sexy? Wear it this way!

Worry about too much cleavage wearing a slip dress? Then try this way! Layer it with a plain white t-shirt, pair with flat boots, and you are totally ready to rock this summer by toning down a traditionally seductive dress to a casual chic look.

For a formal affair

A slip dress works perfect for a casual weekend. But don't take me wrong, a slip dress can also do great for a formal affair. especially you pair it with a peekaboo bottom and a pair of chunly strappy heels.

Celebrities who rock slips

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Elle Fanning's '90s Slip DressNicole RichieRooney Mara in Calvin Klein slip1Rooney Mara in Calvin Klein slip2Rihanna1Rihanna 2Kate Moss1Kate Moss 2
Elle Fanning's '90s Slip Dress
Elle Fanning's '90s Slip Dress
Nicole Richie
Nicole Richie
Rooney Mara in Calvin Klein slip1
Rooney Mara in Calvin Klein slip1
Rooney Mara in Calvin Klein slip2
Rooney Mara in Calvin Klein slip2
Rihanna1
Rihanna1
Rihanna 2
Rihanna 2
Kate Moss1
Kate Moss1
Kate Moss 2
Kate Moss 2

Totally Awesome 90s Fashion

Grunge makes its reemergence in the fashion world recent years. There may be some of the 90s fashion that you'd never want it back - butterfly clips or bowl-style hairstyle, but you do love the following trends back to the 90s, do you? :D

Instructions:

1. Demin Overalls

2. The Mini-Backpack

3. Combat Boots

4. Knee-High Socks & Clogs

5. The Un-Buttoned Flannel

What people say isn't going to stop me. I have to do things for myself.

— Kate Moss

Grunge - Keyword for 90s

When talking about fashion in the nineties, grunge is definitely the fisrt word that comes up to mind. Grunge was the uniform of alternative rockers and 20-something people two decades ago. While nowadays, from high profile fashionistas to school teenagers find ways to rock this fashion. From New York to Milan, designers from all over chimed in with their take on 1990s boho chic.

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    • asereht1970 profile image

      asereht1970 

      4 years ago

      I see how simple my slip dresses are. Always thought they should be worn beneath a dress.

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