This viral SKIMS long slip dress is the perfect summer-to-fall transition piece—and it's back in stock

But probably not for long...

SKIMS long slip dress
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Leave it to Kim K to create a viral outfit staple: the SKIMS long slip dress, a floor-length bodycon piece, has finally been restocked, much to shoppers' delight. Though it's considered one of the best summer dresses, this body-hugging maxi is actually one you'll likely want to hold onto as we prepare for autumn. 

The Soft Lounge Long Slip Dress is available in a wide range of sizes from XXS to 4X. It also comes in 10 different colors, including Orchard, Rose Clay, Plum, and the new Gold colorway, to name just a few. The drapey dress has summery spaghetti straps, but its style and warm hues are perfect for fall. All you need is a cardigan or denim jacket to take your loungewear to a new level. 

Why not let the last of your work-from-home days look chic and comfy? The Soft Lounge Long Slip Dress is the perfect way to do so. And judging from the sizes and colors that are already selling out after the restock, it appears customers agree. 



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SKIMS, Soft Lounge Long Slip Dress in Plum ($78 (opens in new tab), £‌85 (opens in new tab))

A soft, maxi, body-hugging dress available in sizes XXS-4X in 10 colors. 

In true Kardashian fashion, the SKIMS long slip dress has also garnered viral attention with a whopping 110 million views on TikTok, a small feat compared to the company's 300 million+ views. (Honestly, were you really expecting anything less from Kim K?)

Not that you need to be enticed even further, but the brand is offering free shipping on all domestic orders of $75. Considering the dress is $78, it looks like it's going to be an add-to-cart kind of day. Hurry before they sell out...again.

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