Slip Dress With Jacket

The slip dress with jacket is a simple, yet classy design. While the shirtdress is part of many women’s everyday wardrobe, the skirt slip dress can be a little more difficult to find, especially if living in the United States. The skirts are often intended for those working in professional offices, or for specific career fields such as law or business. Regardless of what field you are in, adding a skirt slip dress to your wardrobe can add some flare to your daily ensemble while bringing out your feminine side.

Slip Dress With Jacket

5 Ways To Style a (Crushed Silk!) Slip Dress For The Fall

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Slip dresses are a complete essential for any wardrobe; whether silk, satin, solid or patterned, I love their interchangeability and effortless vibe. As we season-shift, these are my favorite ways to transition a simple Summer slip dress into a Fall staple.


First, the dress:

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The Winifred Only Slip Dress

She cute. She real, real cute. I got this gorgeous, neutral number from one of my favorite stores, Aritzia. It comes in (ten!) colors, but I chose this gorgeous olive-beige hue for its versatility. With a slightly crushed silk look, it feels easy, yet elevated. Check out the other colors here.


Look #1:

Pair With Denim

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I love a good denim jacket – it’s the perfect daytime layer option. The denim adds a casual sense of ease to a slip dress, as well as a pop of color. Along with this, slip on some comfy mules and a crossbody bag to keep the sense of leisure going. Perfect for those Autumn days when the sun still comes out to play.

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Jacket: Madewell Jean Jacket in Pinter Wash.


Look #2:

Slip on a Sweater

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Any sweater will do – whether graphic, casual or fuzzy – it will add a level of cozy to this look. Toss on a stylish sneaker for a slightly sporty feel. Love this street-style vibe for running errands, coffee date or a casual meeting. (This entire look is a direct reflection of my all-time favorite combo; feminine, edgy and effortless style all rolled into one!).

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Sweater: Anine Bing Tiger Sweatshirt.

Shoes: Golden Goose White + Gold Superstar Sneakers – similar vibes here, here and here.

Bag: Details above.


Look #3:

Look clean in your white tee

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A clean, relaxed look for those days in warmer cities where ‘Fall’ hovers around the 60’s. I love that this outfit feels a little tomboyish while still remaining soft + feminine. This is an easy way to add a little pizzazz to your closet basics! For cooler nights, any jacket over the shoulders will do (denim, leather or an olive green utility jacket are all amazing for the Fall).

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T-Shirt – The Tee by Rag + Bone in White.

Shoes + Bag – Details above.


Look #4:

Pull out the cardigan

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The contrast of the crushed silk against the smooth cozy cardigan, I love! I also have this cardigan in both black and camel. A long cardigan is excellent for those chillier, Autumn days and also, ideal for travel (a cardigan and blanket in one!). Besides the length and comfort, I also love that it comes with a little tie around the waist, which I normally fashion in a bow on the back (this gives a little extra cinch to the cardigan).

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Look #5:

the classic leather

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I dig a snazzier look for night-time, so, something edgy like a leather jacket, can work beautifully. Couple that with nude stilettos for an elongated silhouette and a fierce clutch to complement the look? You’re ready for a night out on the town! A simple, elevated and effortless look.

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