the summer slip

by Krystal Bick
July 28, 2017

When swampy New York summers truly settle in, it’s hard to think of much else other than AC afternoons or escapes to the pool and/or the Hamptons. When I can’t manage either option, I grab one of my slip dresses and call it a day. I recently picked up this floral number at Reformation, but in true Reformation fashion, it appears it’s already sold out. Instead, I’ve rounded up my favorite nighttime meets daytime slip dresses below.

On a side note: I’m hopping over to Newport this weekend for the Newport Folk Festival! It’s been a hot minute since my last festival, so I’m getting excited to just plan my outfits, stay out all day in the sun next to the water and catch some of my favorite acts, namely these guys and this lady.

Have you guys been to Newport, RI before? Would love any recs you may have!

OUTFIT DETAILS: Reformation floral dress (sold out, similar style here) // Zara slides (sold out, similar style here) // Anine Bing hat (similar style here) // Ray-Ban sunglasses // Gifted straw bag from Bali // Show Road hoops


Photos by Lydia Hudgens

13 thoughts on “the summer slip

  1. Absolutely love the dress! I’ve been such a huge fan of your blog for many years. I also have those same gold slides from Zara, that I absolutely love! But I was just wondering since mine are starting to show the footprints in the fabric, If you had any ideas on how to keep the fabric clean and fresh? Thank you 🙂

    • Oh man! I love these slides! If only I had bought several pairs when they were SUPER on sale! Mine, like yours, are taking a beating. I’m not entirely sure how to prevent it but I have found several similar pairs at Forever 21 and on Amazon (as part of their Fix collection). Price point for both is pretty reasonable, too! Hope this helps!

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