Gigi Hadid’s Pink Slip Dress Pairs So Well With Bold Accessories
A slip dress ranks as one of the most versatile frocks to have hanging in your closet. It's a great red carpet go-to — just add in classic pumps and some glitzy jewels. Dress it down with chunky sneakers, or mix and match accessories for a getup that strikes the ideal balance between casual and elevated. Convinced you're in need of the '90s staple now? Then it's a good thing Gigi Hadid's pink slip dress just made its street-style debut — it's the wear-with-everything piece you'll be so happy to have on hand this season.
Paris Fashion Week is quickly winding down, but the street style looks certainly haven't lost their momentum. In fact, some of the best ensembles of all of fashion month emerged over the weekend, providing enough outfit inspo to get you through the transitional season with ease.
On Sun., Hadid was photographed en route to the CFDA's Americans in Paris cocktail party wearing head-to-toe Prada. Her soirée attire consisted of a tie-dye satin mini dress that's unlike anything you've seen before. It feels chic and edgy at the same time and effortlessly marries two of this season's biggest trends in one (read: tie-dye and strappy, '90s-inspired slip dresses).
The model further amped up the edge with bold, grungy accessories. A pair of chunky, lace-up brogues, a studded mini bag, and mid-calf tulle socks, all by Prada, rounded out her street-style ensemble and demonstrated just how easy it is to make the lustrous frock look cool in seconds.
Hadid pulled back her long, blonde locks into a low, slicked-back bun — a hairstyle that effortlessly showed off her dewy skin, flushed cheeks, and mauve-colored pout.
Slip dresses continue to reign supreme this season, and one quick look at the style archives proves the piece's versatility. Sarah Paxton wore a green silky number with heels for a red-carpet outing, while Rihanna layered an oversized blazer over hers for a dinner date.
Now Hadid is the latest style star to offer up a fresh, copy-worthy way to wear the '90s essential. Juxtapose the dress' sleekness with grungier additions, like chunky-soled combat boots, studded handbags, tulle or fishnet socks, and velvet hair accessories. Ahead, The Zoe Report's favorite silky frocks on the market, all of which can look edgy in seconds.
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Whiteley Open-Back Silk-Satin Dress
Rock the season's most popular color trend with this fuchsia-hued silk-satin dress. Keep it simple and classic by pairing it with strappy pumps or up the edge à la Hadid with combat boots, bold socks, and a studded bag.
Block Color Slip Dress
Meet your new favorite slip dress. The flowy neckline feels a bit more refined, but the side slits and the poppy-colored bottom half keep it from feeling too formal. Plus, its $50 price tag makes it impossible to pass up.
Cowl Neck Slip Dress
Fleur Du Mal
You really can do no wrong with a sleek black slip dress. Cut from pure silk, this Fleur du Mal frock is so luxe and chic, but it can easily feel grungier, too. Just add in lugged-soled, lace-up boots, and a velvet choker for full '90s edge.
Maddy Slip Dress
Test out the slime green color trend with this easy-to-wear slip dress. Pair it with chunky sneakers, black ankle boots, or Dr. Martens for a winning street-style look.