slipdress

slip·dress

or slip dress  (slĭp′drĕs′)
n.
A sleeveless dress with narrow shoulder straps, usually made from thin silky material.

slipdress

(ˈslɪpˌdrɛs)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a silky sleeveless dress
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It's a global brand coming into the Philippines, so variations [in prices compared to those of neighboring countries] will probably just be in taxation." Case in point: Nikki holds up a silk crepe slipdress and enthuses, "Imagine, this will go for only P899!" We'll collectively be holding our breath till H&M opens at SM Megamall's Mega Fashion Hall!
It wasn't very long ago when Posh's trendsetting tot impressed Vogue 's Anna Wintour with her chic look -- pleated Chloe slipdress, fashionable topknot and little Moccasins -- at her mum's fashion show in New York.
In the 1960s, she famously tantalized viewers in the controversial slipdress worn in Butterfield 8 (1960), the film that got the then-three-time nominated actress an Oscar.
Zang Toi silk satin mini slipdress with silk organza full-length ruffled duster with train, in melon, $18,000, Saks Fifth Avenue.
Whether it is a pair of lace-trimmed French knickers under a flimsy slipdress, or a full-on, wasp-waisted corset, the "I-forgot-to-put-on-my-dress" look is with us again.
Nicole Miller batik silk slipdress, $320; chunky stone necklace, $100; turquoise and coral bracelet and matching earring, $54 and $32, Foxy Lady.
Opposite page: Naeem Khan paisley silk chiffon caftan with mangool trim over a fitted double-layered slipdress in tangerine and nude, $4,950 and Stephen Dweck beaded earring in sterling, $535, Saks Fifth Avenue.