As a teenage girl during the ‘90s, I defiantly remember all these slip dresses that were a big trend. It girls back then as spice girls, Brenda from Beverly Hills 90210 and Alicia Silverstone were all wearing this dresses over a T shirt. Now more then ever, this trend is making its’ way back and I could not be happier. The silky bandage dress over a shirt evoke the cool grunge vibe, but in the same time it creates a put together, classy look.
I wore my Topshop slip dress with a basic black shirt underneath and pair it with furry loafers, my new obsession from Zara.
The black tee gives it a casual chic twist which also match perfectly to the early days of fall, but you can wear it with in varieties way, like coloured tees or patterns ones, with ankle boots or sneakers. This is what I love about this slip dress it’s a must have timeless piece.
Dress: Topshop, Bag: Aldo, Shirt: French Connection, Shoes: Zara, Watch: Daniel Wellington
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Black is always a safe choice and as a mom I admit that wearing black is the easiest option, Sometime I just have to be ready in a second. No time to think how to be creative… So here is my tip how to boost you style even with a monochrome colour.
These pictures were taken a while ago (around May). Somehow I didn’t publish them yet on my blog… I guess I was not completely sure these pants are flattering me.
Recently I have the need to dress a bit more lady-like and less casual. It’s time to say goodbye to my flat shoes (but it’s only a short break, until my next post) and become a real woman. I think that there is nothing classier than a pleated full midi skirt and high heels.
Wearing white on white is timeless and never go out of style . I love the pure colour which reflect me the minimalist style. The best way to wear white head to toe, is to mix between textures, patterns and layers.