Slip Into Something More Comfortable

This seasons most popular dress has to be The Slip. Harking back to the 90's this nightwear turned eveningwear staple has had something of a resurgence over the last year and shows no signs of disappearing anytime soon. We've put together our favourite pieces available to shop now to keep you on trend this winter!

The 90's it girls working the original Slip dress. Gwyneth Paltrow, Winona Ryder, Kate Moss and Sarah Jessica Parker.

The modern day muses basking in its resurgence. Diane Kruger, Amber Heard, Anne Hathaway and Emily Ratajowski

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Clockwise from top left: Miss Selfridge dress £33.60, Miss Selfridge dress £17, Boohoo dress £19, Topshop dress £60, Forever Unique jacket £64, Very Heeled boots £45, Century 21 bag £22, Azalea choker £14, Withchic dress £17

Style Hero - The Pleated Midi

The pleated midi has been a strong style favourite all year and with the cooler weather setting in its the perfect staple to keep you bang on trend through the winter months. Wear with a crisp white shirt and heels for the ultimate in sophistication a la Victoria Beckham, recently seen stepping out in a 3 way colour block leather version from her own collection.

Or make like Alexa and keep it cool and edgy by teaming pleated metallics with oversized knitwear and ankle boots, perfect for the forthcoming festive season.

If you dare to bare like Selena Gomez the high waist design of this midi works fabulously with a cropped t-shirt, jersey or bralette, exposing the smallest part of your torso thus giving the illusion of super flat abs.

Whichever way you decide to wear this super versatile piece, you're sure to be ahead in the fashion stakes so we've scoured the high street to bring you our favourite picks available to shop now. Happy Shopping!

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Jasper Conran SS17 LFW

Held on Day 2 of SS17 London Fashion Week presentations, this was a collection I was very much looking forward to. I really love Conrans tailoring and his nod to various fashion eras. I felt his autumn/winter collection had a real 60’s feel with its geometric prints and block heeled boots, however spring/summer had an air of 1950’s riviera chic about it encapsulating beautiful full skirts in delicate organza with exquisite embroidery. It was incredibly romantic. The show opened however with slightly darker tones for Spring/Summer of khaki, navy and forest brown and had an altogether more utilitarian feel. Shirt dresses featured eyelet fastenings, D ring belts, and sleek waist purses and cross body bags. The lines were simple and sophisticated and ‘formed for summer streets’ as highlighted in the editors notes. Keeping the tailored silhouettes the collection moved into fresher tones incorportating white, tomato and lime combined with graphic checks and deckchair stripes. As each model walked the runway the progression of the collection was extremely effective as you could see how patterns had been combined to create a new version of Jaspers theme, making for a very coherent showcase. Pencil skirts became full, whilst bodices remained the same, then full skirts eventually became dreamy organza dresses in soft hues of powder blue and peach adorned with beautiful embroidered leaves, birds and flowers. It really was a beautiful, sophisticated collection that oozed experience and master craftsmanship. I loved it! 

Ashley Williams SS17 LFW

Held at the Brewer St Carpark, Williams gave an immediate introduction to the tone of her latest collection which in the editors notes had been inspired by her love of late teen heartthrob River Phoenix Set in a late 80’s early 90’s girls bedroom, complete with madonnas bedtime stories cd, tv with built in video player (ah the days before on demand) giant teddybears, candy coloured balloons and the theme tune from Jurassic Park on loop, I was instantly transported to more care free days when the closest you could get to your idol was via a poster from Just Seventeen or Sugar magazine.  Sweatshirts, T-shirts, dungarees and billowing sleeves made their way down the runway adorned with waist cinching belts complete with classic diamante buckles. This was a collection that harked back to the late 20th century as Williams tailoring incorporated charcoal grey box suits and grandma floral prints combined with crystal accessories and wrap around silver shades worth of any laser quest battle. It seemed to be a celebration of her adolescence with many details such as the crystal hair slides worn by many of the models evoking a strong feeling of nostalgia. It was an eclectic collection that left me feeling excited that a new generation would be coveting the classic 'Saved by the Bell’ Kelly Kapowski sweatshirt and Zak Morris baseball jacket and thinking of a time when I used to wish that Macualy Culkin was my boyfriend.  

Teatum Jones SS17 LFW

Fresh from winning the international Woolmark prize Catherine Teatum and Rob Jones created a fabulous collection to the soundtrack of Scotland's human stories. Staying true to the labels ethos of being driven by human narrative the designs were inspired by Scotland's Rennie Mackintosh's early 20th century romantic watercolour paintings of botanic flowers and landscapes combined with late 20th century Glaswegian house ravers whose laser lights created excessive visual geometry. The collection was a vibrant mix of delicate floral satins and toughened paint splattered canvases with geometric jaquard in between. I really loved the collection and I felt that the duo who are often referred to as 'method designers’ completely encaspulated all of the elements they had been inspired by. My favourite piece was this gorgeous structured dress with its leather bust and waist detail in the strong geometric jacquard I mentioned earlier. I liked the the collection was wearable whilst still allowing the designers to showcase their artistry.