The 90s slip dress is back—here's how you can pull off this delicate look
90s slip dresses are going viral—so get ready for a 90s fashion explosion
That's right, another 90s trend has gone viral—and this time it's the 90s slip dress. It seems as though our love for childhood trends is only continuing to grow. Everything from 90s beauty trends to 90s fashion trends has taken over social media and celebrities' styles.
Stars young and older have been embracing the styles of our past with Gwen Stefani bringing back dip-dyed hair and the vintage supermodel lip making a comeback, we can hardly keep up.
The slip dress though was such an influential part of the 1990s though, the character Rachel Green from Friends was most known for pulling off this look. It's practically timeless. This trendy look can be paired with most styles too whether you're going for a punk-rock look like Olivia Rodrigo's nostalgic fashion or a more soft and sweet appearance.
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What is a 90s slip dress?
This look truly defined the 90s. You can find almost any major female celebrity during the time wearing it at some point. What makes the slip dress so unique is that it's a form-fitting dress—but not as tight as the body-con style. It comes in a variety of lengths from midi, mini, and maxi and is most popularly known for its silky material (but you can get the style in other materials like cotton).
Since it's such a versatile piece too, you can layer it or wear it alone, making it a great option to add to your collection of best summer dresses.
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Rylee is a U.S. news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life who primarily covers lifestyle, celebrity, and fashion news. At times, she also reports on beauty, royals, entertainment, health, and travel. The latest fashion and beauty trends, along with any quirky travel destinations are her favorite topics to write about.
Before coming to woman&home and My Imperfect Life, Rylee originally studied journalism at Hofstra University where she explored her interests in world politics and magazine writing. From there, she dabbled in freelance writing covering fashion and beauty e-commerce for outlets such as the TODAY show, American Spa Magazine, First for Women, and Woman’s World.
When she’s not writing articles, you can find her testing out one of the many restaurants New York City has to offer and planning her next travel destination. Her other hobbies also include hiking, ballet, yoga, and reading practically any book TikTok recommends.
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