It’s been a while since I’ve worn a slip dress. As a mid-50s woman, I like the idea of having a bit more coverage than a slip dress offers. By layering with a cropped sweater, different styles of jackets like this leather and faux fur, an off-the-shoulder shirt or tee-shirt, slip dresses are accessible to women in midlife or beyond. Take a look at these ways to style a slip dress!

woman wearing leopard print skirt and black sweater


I purchased this slip dress from All Saints last fall, and I’ve worn it in all seasons. It sold out very fast, but after several months, this dress is back in stock! This leopard-print slip dress is midi length and comes with a detachable cropped sweater making layering easy and giving you multiple styling options.


woman wearing leopard skirt with faux leather jacket and boots

I accessorized these looks with a faux leather jacket from Acey Designtall boots, my vintage Donald J. Pliner booties, a tassel handbag (similar here) and my favorite go-to Prada sunglasses.

I’ve linked similar splurge-worthy and affordable options to recreate these looks. If you’re wanting a leopard-print dress, now is the time to shop…they sell out very fast! This one is still available.


Similar Slip Dresses and Accessories


Similar booties here, here, and here; Similar tassel handbags here or here; Similar faux leather jackets here, here, and here.


leopard print slip dress



woman wearing leopard with black sweater


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