Hands down, this is one undergarment turned outerwear with legs.
The decade that loved it the most was the ’90s: It was everywhere, on every one (from Kate Moss to well, everybody), and switched easily from grunge (add plaid and Doc Martens) to minimalist (don’t add anything), from vintage (hello, bias-cut) to wedding (hello, Narciso Rodriguez) and red carpet (hello, Calvin Klein).
That loving feeling is back, and you can do what they all did: truly wear it anyway you want.
Take a cue from Louis Vuitton and toughen up your slip with boots and leggings.
Go for a rock-chic look by throwing on a leather biker jacket and boots. Venture out from the black leather jacket and try an ash grey or cream pink one – if you’re adventurous.
Throw your hair into a high pony and you’re good to go.
Photo: Dorothy Perkin
For a day look, pair it with a white turtleneck underneath and white or pink high-cut sneakers.
For an evening look, throw on a faux fur coat and put on some heels.
Let the dress speak for itself and keep your accessories simple – add a simple diamond necklace and wear matching slides to rock that old hollywood glam.
To amp up your look, go for a diamond choker.
Photo: Alexander Wang
Show off your curves in this slinky dress that hugs you in all the right places.
Step in some stilettos, or if you don’t wanna look to risque in the daytime, slip on some slides.
The good date night/ party combo of the ’90s is still good now. Pair it with black kitten heels, a bold lipstick, a messy bun and you’re good to go!
Photo: Massimo Dutti
Let the lace shine! Tie up your hair into a ponytail or a bun and put on some black boots.
For a daytime look or a quick date-night outfit, go simple with sandals and a matching bag like Karlie Kloss.
This show-stopper flaunts your curves and highlights your collar bone.
While you’re on your way out, skip the fuss and grab a pair of teardrop earrings, a simple necklace and a cuff bracelet.
Photo: Diane Von Furstenberg