THE SLIP DRESS
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.