THE SLIP DRESS

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Just like in the ’90s, you can wear this any way you want.

Hands down, this is one un­der­gar­ment-turned-outerwear trend that has legs. The decade that loved it the most was the ’90s: It was ev­ery­where, on every­one (from Kate Moss to, well, ev­ery­body), and switched from grunge (by adding plaid and Doc Martens) to min­i­mal­ist; from vin­tage (hello, bias-cut) to wed­dings (hello, Nar­ciso Ro­driguez) and red car­pet (Calvin Klein). That lov­ing feel­ing is back, and you can do what every­one did back then: Wear it any way you want. – BG

Boots and leg­gings toughen up the slip at Louis Vuitton.

When the slip be­comes a pi­nafore.

Slip and san­dals: The good date/party combo of the ’90s is still good now.

Silk crepe, $1,040, from Diane von Fursten­berg.

T by Alexan­der Wang silk (price un­avail­able) from Alexan­der Wang.

Polyester, $119, from Zara.

Polyamide, $89.90, from H&M.

Vis­cose, $49.90, from Mango.

Polyamide, $69.90, from Dorothy Perkins.

Silk, $179, from Mas­simo Dutti.

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