Over/under: Slipdresses Take The Spotlight

The slip (petticoat) was always such a practical and feminine item of clothing. It was a pity it went out of fashion. Worn beneath a dress or skirt it helped them to hang smoothly and to prevent chafing of the skin from coarse fabricssuch as wool. Slips are also worn for warmth, and to protect fine fabrics from perspiration. Now they are dresses in themselves and they look so sensual and womanly.



Look at these amazing photos of how the slipdress is bursting back into fashion.

http://www.vogue.com/vogue-daily/article/overunder-slipdresses-take-the-spotlight/#1
annehathaway22 annehathaway22
22-25, F
2 Responses Jan 16, 2013

you do have to accept that the lace will show sometimes though, especially though the back vent of a pencil skirt

I like the titillating lace peeking out though!

Hmmmm.....i once sat in a client meeting with my slip showing. I toughed it out and noone said anything but was very aware that people were looking at my legs rather than listening to what i was saying

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slips are apparently supposed to be coming back, i agree that they are really feminine and alluring and sometimes wear one under my skirt.

Helps keep the dress looking its best. Used to be so common but sort of just went out of usage - I pray they are coming back! Thanks for your comment and I agree.