The final word is in: slip skirts are no longer an undergarment and they’re not going anwhere — except maybe brunch. Slip skirts are good for days when you’re trying to channel that I-woke-up-like-this vibe while still looking like you could attend a gala, wedding, or shower thing. They transition from places with tablecloths to highway burger stops. Sometimes that all happens in one day. Our satin slip skirts and silk slip skirts lightly skim hips without clinging or sticking. We think they produce a nice alliteration, so feel free to write a poem about your slip skirt. They’re breathable, swingy, and come in a range of barely there and pearly hues, plus prints that we’ve designed in house. If you’re into something less subtle, add some animal print to you slip skirt stockpile — we’ve got variations on the leopard slip skirt, and a cheetah number by Wilfred Free. An unpredictable evening is best dealt with by a Babaton mini slip skirt. Its fluted waist and silky sheen will help you avoid any awkwardly under-dressed feelings. Which is ironic because you’ll technically be wearing an under-garment. Bottom line: don’t let these silky things slip through your fingers.
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