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We're telling you, it's not that difficult to pull off!
Yam Concepcion is really out here pushing our often-repeated plea: Please, please consider the leopard print dress! You've heard it from her yourself—below, check out her easy, ultra-versatile take on this potential wardrobe staple.Which is not to say that we don't understand
Should lingerie always stay hidden? Our answer is no.
"Underwear is a basic human right," Isla Fisher as the spend-happy Rebecca Bloomwood solemnly declared in 2009's book-based flick Confessions of a Shopaholic, and though we absolutely do not recommend you bury yourself in terrifying credit card debt just to snag some
It's comfy, stylish, and sultry!
Of all things '90s, our favorite closet hero from the nostalgic years has got to be the slip dress. It's everything we want in a garment after all: comfy, sultry, and universally flattering. But just how did this loungewear earn its place
Supermodel Charlene Almarvez demonstrates.
While the slinky slip dress is definitely one of the more long-wearing, universally-loved trends to snatch from the naughty '90s, we've got to admit that it's gotten...well, pretty boring. Still, that's only because a good thing ought to be repeated over and
Slip dresses are a godsend from the '90s. It's a versatile piece that can easily be dressed up or down, depending on your preference. Either way, it's a surefire trick to underline your femininity with its silken fabric and easy silhouette. But
If you're lucky enough to have a simple, versatile old bridesmaid's dress lying around, chances are you've worn it to countless other weddings and events after the original one. That's cool and all (and kudos to your bride friend for picking a
Another leg of fashion history, coming right up.
We're serious when we say "history." Let's throw things back all the way to the #problematic Middle Ages, where the very first traces of the slip dress can be found. A bit later on, the 18th century's style setters Marie Antoinette and
Because it's not just for the bedroom.
The slip dress is a lot of things: sultry, sexy, a dependable classic...but maaaybe not a workwear staple. Right? Wrong—well, if your office is creative and a little lax on the usual rules, you'll definitely be able to get away with it.
Let's shake things up a bit, shall we?
To no one's surprise, the relative ease in styling a slip dress has the whole world smitten. It has come to a point wherein our daily looks seem empty without it, so we decided it's time for a breather. Surely, we all
One '90s throwback, coming right up.
It may already be the second week of January, but in our book, it's never too late to fawn over our fave celebs' New Year's Eve OOTDs. Case in point: Hailey Baldwin, who stepped out with her crew on the last evening
They’re the new classics.
Trends come and go but once in a while there are certain pieces that transcend from a fad to a fundamental. This happens when a piece is easily and immediately adapted by many and supported by a lot of brands and retailers.
Channel your inner Cher Horowitz.
In the world of fashion, trends follow a cycle. As an example, the '90s fad is making a huge comeback—what goes around definitely comes around, as they say. And in this karmic sense, we see more than just crop tops, chokers and
And even recycle it for the next!
There are days when we look at what our peers are wearing and feel like the ‘90s never really left. Case in point: slip dresses. Since the boom of intimate wear as outerwear, the silky, strappy number your grandma calls a “half
Pay the lingerie department a visit.
This summer, we're taking our slip dresses out of the boudoir and onto the streets. Comfy chic doesn't always have to mean a plain white tee and jeans because the slip dresses we know can be styled in pretty much the same