Slip Into Something More Comfortable

Holiday parties. End of the year events. New Year’s Eve… All that dressing up can be exhausting. However since wearing pajamas or undergarments in public isn’t socially acceptable, unless you’re under the age of 2, you’re going to have to find a way to blend fashion and comfort. Luckily, there’s a way to slip into something more comfortable thanks to designers like Céline to Fendi, who have incorporated petticoat inspired dresses in their collections.  The beauty of the slip dress is that it can be worn multiple ways – on its own, over a shirt or even over a pair of pants. It’s just a matter of how you choose to style it. Here are few to consider:

Céline’s powder silk and viscose dress

Céline’s powder silk and viscose dress in blush, ivory and black is romantic, flirty and the type of dress you can just put on and go. The pale hues lend well for accessorizing should you want to dress it up. Céline, 191 NE 40th Street, Space 101 (305) 866-1888

Maison de Papillon Perry Cashmere Slip Dress

Nothing says luxury loungewear like cashmere, which is why this Maison de Papillon 'Perry' Cashmere Slip Dress is a wardrobe must-have. You can wear it around the house, or pair with heels and jewels to hit the town. En Avance 53 NE 40th St, Miami (305) 576-0056

Emilio Pucci

Emilio Pucci’s version of the slip dress is shown over a button down, which adds more coverage. We love the bright, bold yellow of this silk gauze organza dress with deep V-neck line. Emilio Pucci, 178 NE 39th Street, Miami, (305) 576-1830

 Fendi’s floor length dress with birds of paradise print

If you’re looking for a longer, more flowing, bedroom-inspired option, Fendi’s floor length dress with birds of paradise print is the way to go from under the covers to facing the world looking fabulous. Fendi, 150 NE 40th Street, Miami, (786) 655-5400

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