Turtleneck Bodysuit: Missguided (HERE it runs small, order a size up or 2 if you have a larger head, it's really small!) // Slip Dress (more like an overlay): LuLu*s (similar HERE) // Jeans: GUESS (similar HERE) // Ring: c/o Kendra Scott (HERE) // Bag: Tory Burch (similar HERE) // Shoes: Nine West (HERE)





Happy Hump Day friends!

How's your week going so far? I hope it's been going well. If not, we're half way there, girlie, let's push through it together! 

As many of us know, the slip dress was a huge tend this past spring/summer (I did a post on the best styles for your body shape HERE) but that doesn't mean you have to hang it in the back of your closet now that fall has rolled around, you can certainly still wear it and my best suggestion would be to use it as a layering piece.

As you can see, I've layered mine over a turtleneck bodysuit and I love the way it looks, since this particular slip dress has a lot of cut out details around the neckline in both the front and back, which creates a nice contrast and effect. To be honest, I haven't really worn it much on its own because it can expose the girls, even with nipple covers and I hate the feeling of not being able to move freely out of fear of flashing everyone around me, haha. 

I've also wore mine with jeans, but I think it would also look cute with opaque tights paired with over the knee boots or leggings. If you want to add more of a sophisticated touch, I think a button down shirt would be a great option. If you want to create an even more unexpected look, you can opt for a color in a darker shade in your dress color!

This was a very different look for me, but you all know how much I love to try and experiment with different looks and styles, so I went for it and really like the way it came together! 

Did YOU experiment with the slip dress trend this spring/summer season and are you planning on wearing it this fall, too? 

Thanks so much for stopping by, my dear and gorgeous friends, I hope your day is as fabulous as YOU!



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