Video: How Slip Dresses Came Out Of Boudoir And Became The Perfect Go-out Outfit
2023 Author: Henry Pass | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 21:12
We love slip dresses - that's why you just can't think of an outfit for a hot summer. And even managed to collect a selection of the most beautiful options that will decorate your life right now. And now - if you still think that the place for combinations is only in the bedroom - are ready to dive into history. And remember how slip dresses came out of boudoirs and even took over the carpet. This happened, of course, in the 90s - along with the invasion of minimalism and grunge fashion.
Cobination's most famous on-screen appearance was, of course, in Sex and the City. Yes, in that very episode where a picture of Kerry in a "naked" dress appeared on a city bus. That series came out already at the end of the 90s, when the dress-combination "on the way out" ceased to be a wonder for a long time. Well, it all started with the heroine, the girls of "Sex and the City" as unlike as possible - with Courtney Love. It was her appearance at the Oscar party in a silk shirt, with a tiara on her head, rocker makeup and disheveled hair that turned out to be the first moment of glory for slip dresses.
And after such moments it was not enough. The main ambassador of the combinations was, of course, Kate Moss. She wore them all the time - partly because she was the face of Calvin Klein, partly because they perfectly matched her rebellious, grunge look.
Other supermodels also favored combinations, although they were far from grunge. The most famous common way out in combinations is, of course, Donatella Versace's Diamonds Are Forever collection, brilliant in every sense.
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