WHAT TO WEAR
This dress ended up being quite the hot ticket item! It sold out last year but is back in new colors for spring (see how I styled it in 2023 here)! When I first posted the dress I received a flood of DMs about what to wear under this style. I buy a lot of items (La Vie Style House included) that don’t come with a slip. I have this knit body con dress in two colors, but it is sadly sold out now in tan but you can still snag in black!
I am rounding up a few other options that I think would work great under these styles. While I am more of a midi length girl, when it comes to what I wear under as a slip I am typically looking for a mini length or above the knee so it doesn’t show! I also typically opt for a body con dress as I feel it stays in place better, and while I want the slip style to be sleeveless, I want it to be bra friendly (slightly thicker straps), although I do love this one right now that is not necessarily bra friendly. I also typically like my slip styles to be more of an open or scoop neck so they tend to be more versatile and can be layered under a variety of necklines. Some of the below fit the bill, but I also wanted to include some other options for those who don’t mind thin straps, etc.
While we are on the topic of basics, I am updating my basic tanks. I currently have ordered this style and this style that are very affordable as well as this style and this style. I will keep you updated on which cut ends up as the winner!
This style is probably the most similar to what I own. I just wish they made it in more colors!
If you are looking for a great knit tank dress to layer under, this one is available in black and white.
This product has great reviews and comes in a great size and color range. I hope they come out with a style similar to this with thicker straps!
I own this in both colors and at $36 I think this might be the best quality and fit for the price.
Okay this style is on the longer side but comes in three colors and I love the price point! I also think this dress from Target could work under a number of styles!