3 Summer Outfits

Why You Need a Slip Dress This Season

Splendid Slip Dress c/o
Denim Jacket
Stacked Heels
Gucci Crossbody
similar Layered Necklaces
Ray Ban Sunglasses

I swear, it’s like the 90’s never left.  One of my favorite trends to reemerge is the slinky slip dress, a piece (in my opinion), you should invest in now (if you don’t have one already) and keep for the rest of your life.  I started loving this trend last fall and picked up this floral lace-trim style and layered tees and button down dress shirts underneath, and slouchy sweaters on top.  Now that the weather has finally warmed up, I was able to break out this lightweight Splendid dress (under $100), and take a more simple approach with the styling.

I’m all about investing in those versatile pieces that you can wear over and over again.  I think a classic black slip dress is one of those items worth the investment — there’s something about the way that this dress moves and falls.  I love the side slit, and it’s hard to notice, but it’s actually a bit tapered in through the waist to give it a very subtle shape (as opposed to just looking like a sack).  There’s zero chance of these going away anytime soon, so grab it now to wear through summer and layer it throughout the fall.  I’ve seen these dresses worn with everything from sneakers to layered over jeans — trust me, you’ll find plenty of ways to wear it.

My classic Levi’s denim jacket is back in stock in all sizes and another item I promise you’ll get use out of year round.  I’m wearing a size XS here (it’s definitely oversized), so I would plan to size down.




  • Reply
    May 18, 2017 at 9:46 am

    You’re looking fantastic in this simple and comfy outfit!


  • Reply
    May 18, 2017 at 12:01 pm

    Such a chic look! Not sure my curves can rock a slip dress on its own (maybe layered), but love the way you styled this one.


  • Reply
    May 18, 2017 at 3:17 pm

    Gorgeous dress!

    xo, Carey

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