Slip dress style is currently on the rise in the fashion world. This easily styled trend is one I really love for spring and summer!
First, let me say that I am a turtleneck enthusiast. Every winter I invest in a few neutral colored turtlenecks (usually from the Gap) to wear throughout the season. I know many of you might not feel the same way I do about these clothing pieces, but with this slip dress, a turtleneck is a key piece.
The gray one layered underneath the blue slip dress is extremely lightweight. It is form-fitting, fits a long torso, and pairs well with heavier sweaters and coats. It would also pair well on a cool spring night with distressed denim jeans and white sneakers.
You can find this turtleneck, and many others, at Blush Norman on Campus Corner.
The star of the show- the blue slip dress, is also available for purchase at Blush Norman. Without a turtleneck or tee underneath, the dress would be a little risky for my personal taste; however, if you feel comfortable rocking it with neutral colored strappy heels- more power to you.
With straps adjustable to fit your desired length, this dress provides versatility that not many dresses do. As seen from the above pictures, it hits me about mid-thigh, which allows for the perfect sexy, yet trendy desire.
One thing I love about slip dress style is how versatile it can be when pairing accessories or shoes. For example, with my outfit I paired my gray Target pom pom sneakers. I would link these shoes, but it appears they have already sold out on Target.com.
I much preferred to buy them at Target then pay $100 at Dillard’s because these are a true trend item. I expect these to be out next year.
If you don’t like the pom pom sneakers, a clean pair of white sneakers would look great.
The blue reflection aviator sunglasses, also from Blush Norman, really tie the slip dress look together. With the blue on blue vibe, a monochromatic look is slightly achieved.
For jewelry, I chose to pair my cream colored pearl earrings. Since this is a loud, trend-seeking outfit, I let it speak for itself.