Barely There, Boudoir Slip Dresses

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The boudoir slip dress is as ’90s as it gets–but how to wear it without showing all your goodies?

I know I just wrote about a black slip dress last week, but I had to share another look. Instead of going for the classic black, midi-length slip dress that I’ve had on repeat, I decided to swap it out for something a bit more boudoir–a slip that’s sexier. Enter: the boudoir slip dress. But LBH, I’m pushing 30 and there is no way I am prancing around town in a barely-there boudoir slip dress without some sort of strategic layering. So, I tempered the look with a black turtleneck, and made it more business with a long blazer.

When it gets warmer, I think I’ll forgo the turtleneck for a cute white tee. Regardless, when it comes to the slip dress, I am all about layering so I don’t feel completely naked. And guess what… you can shop my EXACT boudoir slip dress for under $30 below! I wanted a looser look, so I got it in a size M. xx

Boudoir Slip Dress | Urban Outfitters    Turtleneck | Vince    Blazer | All Saints    Bag | Mulberry    Boots | H&M Studio    Photos | Elaine Torres

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