Rodéo Style: The Free People Slip
Fall is our favorite time of year. Booties, layers, and the crisp that's in the air...it just can't get here soon enough. However, in Louisiana, we have quite a while until fall weather graces our presence. So in the meantime, it is all about fall transition pieces. One of our favorite pieces to play around with is the Free People "eyelashes" slip. It is such a versatile piece that can be layered as a dress or as a tunic worn over denim.
It's interesting to see how different these looks turned out. It's really all about different layering pieces and we can't decide which look is our favorite! From day to night, each look gives us that fall feeling we love while still being weather appropriate.
Look Number One: The Free People Slip Worn as a Tunic
For this look, we wanted to layer the slip as a tunic. We made the slip appropriate by layering a bralette underneath. We then put a comfy cotton tank over the top (tied up to give shape) and put it with a great pair of denim and heels. We finished the look off with a statement necklace.
This look feels effortless and boho and is easily worn at this time of year, but can be translated as the weather shifts too. Just swap your tank with a light sweater or jacket and you are all set!
Look Number Two: The Free People Slip Worn as a Dress
For this look, we layered one of our favorite new lightweight pullovers over the slip to give a more edgy boho look. Simply pair the layered slip with some booties, a great necklace, and of course a bright shade on your lips and you are ready for day or night.
Again this look gives you all of the elements that you love about fall and can be worn now, which is the best part. As the weather cools down, throw on your favorite pair of tights and a scarf and you can rock this look all season long.
Either look is great and what we love is that anyone can wear a version of the slip to fit their own style.
Are you looking forward to fall style? We are more than ready here at Rodéo!
Tell us, how would you rock this look?
The Rodéo Girls