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Photography by Timmy Ngo

When you think of a slip dress the first thing that may come to mind is a piece which you would probably never step foot in outside your house. But more recently I’ve been seeing slip dresses making a come back in fashion outside of the bedroom. And it has become one of my favorite trends as of late. In the 90′s it was a trend that was worn by the likes of Kate Moss during her Johnny Depp days. She really pushed the envelope in this number and shocked a lot of people wearing something so intimate and sexy with next to nothing on over or underneath. Although the slip dress can be tied to being something very sultry, I think this piece can be worn very tastefully when done right. In my latest video I share with you the 4 ways that I like to wear this slinky number without feeling overly exposed and more chic.

I find the slip to be very versatile and can be worn more ways than in the obvious as a dress. Making it a more flirty and feminine addition to your outfit. I wanted to share some of my behind the scenes photos taken during the filming of my most recent video “How To Wear a Slip Dress.” If you haven’t watched it already make sure to check out all of the amazing outfits you can create with this slinky number.



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