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This Sexy Dress Trend is Also the Easiest to Wear

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From slippers to silk pajamas, the boudoir trend was all over the spring runways. While some of this look's more lounge-y styles may seem difficult to incorporate into your own wardrobe, there's one that will never lead you astray: the silky, slinky slip dress

A '90s favorite, this pared-down—but oh-so-chic—silhouette is one of the sexiest throw-on-and-go pieces you will ever own. Dress it down by layering a t-shirt underneath and sliding into a pair of sneakers, or head to a date night with a pair of stilettos. With slip dresses, simplicity is key—think solids, muted tones and neutrals, and little to no embellishment (though lace accents are always beautiful). It's a very easy way to instantly attain classic perfection.

Scroll through some of our favorites from the runways, shop the look for yourself below and then slip into something sleek and pretty.

This Sexy Dress Trend is Also the Easiest to Wear
Calvin Klein Collection's show was full of slip dresses in bright white, cream, and black.

This Sexy Dress Trend is Also the Easiest to Wear
Balenciaga showed a full boudoir theme, from overalls to camisoles. But what truly caught our eye were the mid-length slip dresses with subtle ruffles and statement seams.

This Sexy Dress Trend is Also the Easiest to Wear
Tibi opted for simple tank silhouettes, but showed the trend in fall-favorite hues, like burgundy, navy, and hunter green.

This Sexy Dress Trend is Also the Easiest to Wear
Givenchy added layers and lace detailing, expertly walking the fine line between true bedroom style and boudoir-inspired evening looks.


Shop the trend here:

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For more after-hours outfit ideas:
8 Totally Chic Ways to Style Your Sequined Skirt This Season
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25 Winter Date Night Outfit Ideas

Watch even more dress styles on the spring 2016 runways.










This Sexy Dress Trend is Also the Easiest to Wear

4 Tips For Wearing The Pajama Trend To Work

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The second they hit the runways, pajamas became the thing I wanted to add to my Fall wardrobe. Perhaps it was my love for anything wide-leg and button-down, or the allure of wearing the most comfy separates all day long, but one thing was immediately true: I knew had to master the pajama dressing trend.

4 Tips For Wearing The Pajama Trend To Work
Pajama looks from Sonia Rykiel, Thakoon, and Public School's FW15 collections.

There was just one problem: How on earth does someone wear pajamas IRL without looking like they didn't just roll out of bed? Thankfully, the challenge of bringing them out of the bedroom and into daytime territory is easy with a little help from Glamour's most stylish editors. After soliciting a ton of tips, I test drove their advice—and a sleek pair of Sleeper's—at work. The result? A handful of PJ looks and all the tips anyone needs for pulling off a cool and comfy ensemble outside of the home. Read on!

Tip #1: Avoid Looking Crumpled At All Costs
"If you're going to wear pajamas, make sure there are no wrinkles," says Sophia Chabbott, Glamour's Senior Online Fashion Editor. "Steam or iron any creases out. There's a difference between the lived-in and polished look, and that's the deciding factor."

4 Tips For Wearing The Pajama Trend To Work


Tip #2: Black Adds Polish
"Pajama pants are naturally loose, so I balance mine with black, tailored pieces," says Fashion Assistant Amy Hou. "There needs to be a mix of casual and sharp components in the look. If all the items are slouchy, you will look messy."
4 Tips For Wearing The Pajama Trend To Work


Tip #3: Pick The Right Fabric
"If you're going to wear pajamas as a set, silk is more formal," says Fashion News Director Jane Keltner de Valle. "Otherwise, adding a classic pointy-toe pump will elevate the look, making it office-appropriate."
4 Tips For Wearing The Pajama Trend To Work


Tip #4: Layering Gives New Life
"Pajama shirts are usually baggy," says Jasmine Snow, Market Editor. "I love to layer them under dresses because it pulls them in, smoothes them out, and gives them a fresh shape."
4 Tips For Wearing The Pajama Trend To Work


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4 Tips For Wearing The Pajama Trend To Work

Drew Barrymore’s ’90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring

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With the resurgence of so many '90s fashion trends in the past couple of years (chokers, Doc Martens, and lots 'o flannel, to name a few), it was only a matter of time until we saw the return of one of the era's most risqué looks: the nightgown dress. Long silky dresses, often trimmed in lace, were popularized by the edgiest celebs of the day, such as Drew Barrymore and Courtney Love (the latter of which practically spent the entire decade wearing little more than a silky slip). Kate Moss epitomized the languid, rolled-out-of-the-sack look in the fashion world, in flimsy nightgown-like numbers from Calvin Klein, as well as an array of actual vintage nightgowns from the '30s and '40s. But perhaps the most shocking beacon of the '90s nightgown dress was Princess Diana, whose form-hugging midnight blue Dior gown, caused quite the fashion frenzy at the Met Gala in 1996.

And now, twenty years later, designers are bringing the trend back. From the New York runways, to the Paris catwalks, we've seen an array of nightgown dresses at Calvin Klein, Balenciaga, and Celine, which showed only just this morning in Paris. While they offer more coverage than say, the naked dress phenomenon that we've seen so much of on the red carpet this year, there's something subtly sexy about this trend. Take a look at the history of the nightgown dress and how designers have refreshed it for today:


Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring
1993: Kate Moss in a simple silky gown with legendary shutterbug, Richard Avedon.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring
1995: Courtney Love showed up to the Vanity Fair Oscar party with Amanda de Cadet in matching ivory nightgown dresses and crystal tiaras.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring
1996: Here, Drew Barrymore, who wore many nightgown dresses in both long and short versions, topped hers with a printed coat.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring
1996: Princess Diana sent flashbulbs into overdrive when she showed up to the Met Gala in a revealing Dior slip dress.


Now here's how designers have recreated them for spring 2016:


Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring
Celine showed knee-length versions of the style with plunging necklines and black lace trip.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring
Balenciaga incorporated bra detailing an lace straps in one style.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring
Calvin Klein offered austere gowns in fluid white silk.


For more on '90s fashion:
See Tiffany Theissen as a Young Model
Quiz: What's Your Clueless Style
12 Things You Totally Wore from the Limited Too in the '90s


Speaking of fashion history, did you know the amazing history of the bra?










Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring

Drew Barrymore’s ’90s Fashion Trend of Choice the Nightgown Dress Is Back for Spring

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With the resurgence of so many '90s fashion trends in the past couple of years (chokers, Doc Martens, and lots o' flannel, to name a few), it was only a matter of time until we saw the return of one of the era's most risqué looks: the nightgown dress. Long silky dresses, often trimmed in lace, were popularized by the edgiest celebs of the day, such as Drew Barrymore and Courtney Love (the latter of whom practically spent the entire decade wearing little more than a silky slip). Kate Moss epitomized the languid, rolled-out-of-the-sack look in the fashion world, in flimsy nightgown-like numbers from Calvin Klein, as well as an array of actual vintage nightgowns from the '30s and '40s. But perhaps the most shocking beacon of the '90s nightgown dress was Princess Diana, whose form-hugging midnight blue Dior gown, caused quite the fashion frenzy at the Met Gala in 1996.

And now, 20 years later, designers are bringing the trend back. From the New York runways, to the Paris catwalks, we've seen an array of nightgown dresses at Calvin Klein, Balenciaga, and Celine, which showed only just this morning in Paris. While nightgown dresses offer more coverage than, say, the naked dress phenomenon that we've seen so much of on the red carpet this year, there's something subtly sexy about this trend. Take a look at the history of the nightgown dress and how designers have refreshed it for today:


Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice the Nightgown Dress Is Back for Spring
1993: Kate Moss in a simple silky gown with legendary shutterbug, Richard Avedon.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice the Nightgown Dress Is Back for Spring
1995: Courtney Love showed up to the Vanity Fair Oscar party with Amanda de Cadet in matching ivory nightgown dresses and crystal tiaras.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice the Nightgown Dress Is Back for Spring
1996: Here, Drew Barrymore, who wore many nightgown dresses in both long and short versions, topped hers with a printed coat.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice the Nightgown Dress Is Back for Spring
1996: Princess Diana sent flashbulbs into overdrive when she showed up to the Met Gala in a revealing Dior slip dress.


Now here's how designers have re-created them for spring 2016:


Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice the Nightgown Dress Is Back for Spring
Celine showed knee-length versions of the style with plunging necklines and black lace trip.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice the Nightgown Dress Is Back for Spring
Balenciaga incorporated bra detailing an lace straps in one style.

Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice the Nightgown Dress Is Back for Spring
Calvin Klein offered austere gowns in fluid white silk.


For more on '90s fashion:
See Tiffany Theissen as a Young Model
Quiz: What's Your Clueless Style
12 Things You Totally Wore from the Limited Too in the '90s


Speaking of fashion history, did you know the amazing history of the bra?










Drew Barrymore's '90s Fashion Trend of Choice the Nightgown Dress Is Back for Spring

10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

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With the conclusion of London Fashion Week, we are officially halfway through Fashion Month. Having lusted over spring pieces from the past two weeks of non-stop runway shows in New York and London, we are rounding up the bags you absolutely can't miss. Mini and maxi, shapes ran the gamut from boxy and structured to drawstring and slouchy. Find our favorites—thus far—below and check back as we bring you all the trends from Milan and Paris as they happen!


The Rainbow Bucket Bag:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Tommy Hilfiger

The Slouchy Tote:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Rag & Bone

The New Bowler:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Ralph Lauren


The Patchwork Bag:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Marc Jacobs


The Belted Hobo:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Michael Kors

READ: Fresh Off the Runway: 15 Spring 2016 Shoes You Just Can't Miss

The 3D Floral Appliqué Bag:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Coach


The Exotic East West Bag:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Altuzarra


The Woven Backpack:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Anya Hindmarch

Chain-Strap Buckle Bags:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Burberry

The New Box Bag:
10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

Christopher Kane


For more must-see moments from New York Fashion Week:
Fresh Off the Runway: 15 Spring 2016 Shoes You Just Can't Miss
From Bella Hadid to Beth Ditto, Every Amazing Detail From Marc Jacobs' Epic Fashion Show
We've Teamed Up Giphy to Bring You the Best of Fashion Week in a Whole New Way

And for the best Fashion Week correspondent in the business:










10 Lust-Worthy Spring Bags Trends from Fashion Month, So Far

10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

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With the conclusion of London Fashion Week, we are officially halfway through Fashion Month. Having lusted over spring pieces from the past two weeks of nonstop runway shows in New York and London, we are rounding up the bags you absolutely can't miss. Mini and maxi, shapes ran the gamut from boxy and structured to drawstring and slouchy. Find our favorites—thus far—below and check back as we bring you all the trends from Milan and Paris as they happen!


The Rainbow Bucket Bag:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Tommy Hilfiger

The Slouchy Tote:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Rag & Bone

The New Bowler:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Ralph Lauren


The Patchwork Bag:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Marc Jacobs


The Belted Hobo:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Michael Kors

READ: Fresh Off the Runway: 15 Spring 2016 Shoes You Just Can't Miss

The 3D Floral Appliqué Bag:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Coach


The Exotic East West Bag:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Altuzarra


The Woven Backpack:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Anya Hindmarch

Chain-Strap Buckle Bags:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Burberry

The New Box Bag:
10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far

Christopher Kane


For more must-see moments from New York Fashion Week:
Fresh Off the Runway: 15 Spring 2016 Shoes You Just Can't Miss
From Bella Hadid to Beth Ditto, Every Amazing Detail From Marc Jacobs' Epic Fashion Show
We've Teamed Up Giphy to Bring You the Best of Fashion Week in a Whole New Way

And for the best Fashion Week correspondent in the business:










10 Lustworthy Spring Bags Trends From Fashion Month, So Far