Underwear as outerwear. More specifically: underwear used as an everyday wardrobe item. Not a novelty, but an enduring trend of recent seasons, a remake of the nineties, owing its success to entertainment divas and legendary supermodels such as Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. On the other hand, if you name two supermodels, the most explanatory clothes of this fashion immediately come to mind: here slip dress, translated into Italian as skirt-skirt. Originally designed to shape the silhouette and warm the body, today it is no longer hidden under layers of clothing, but worn in plain sight and becomes the main character of outfits. It can be worn in the evening, with jeweled sandals and precious accessories, or during the day, paired with a pair of sneakers to recreate the perfect look for relaxation. Many trendsetters such as Kendall Jenner, Hailey Bieber, Irina Shayk and Emily Ratajkowski exemplify this innate versatility. Among the names to note is also Kylie Jenner, who appeared on social media in a carousel of slip dresses that seem impossible to forget.
Kylie Jenner Slip Dresses – Must-Have Summer Dresses
“Publishing them now before they get lost in the film,” he wrote. Kylie Jenner one of her latest Instagram posts is a photo of some of the outfits she’s been wearing over the past few weeks. First of all, two slip dresses attract attention. The first is a short dress from the Fall/Winter 2023/2024 collection by Christopher Esber, made from avocado satin, one of the most popular shades on the catwalks of recent seasons. The model has an asymmetrical silhouette, trimmed with black lace details that seem to have been “stolen” from the lingerie drawer.
Scrolling through the collection to the last images, the second socialite slip dress stands out: an unprecedented silk creation by Danish duo Saks Potts (Katherine Saks and Barbara Potts). The model is covered with a delicate powder-blue tint and softly envelops the body to the calves. The classic suspenders that are typical of slip dresses have been replaced with a thin clasp at the neck, leaving part of the back open.