PFW S/S 16 Trend Alert: Nightgown Dresses

night gown dress 10They’re back – these 90s “nightgown dresses” are back as seen on the runways of Paris Fashion Week. Designer like Celine, Balenciaga and Calvin Klein came out with silk dresses similar to 90s style icons Kate Moss, Drew Barrymore and Courtney Love have popularized over almost two decades ago.

 

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It was only a matter of time now until we see the return of one the era’s most risqué dresses.

 

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Can you believe that even Princess Diana wore one? It was Dior in a midnight blue number which caused a frenzy during the 1996 Met Gala.

 

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Supermodel Kate Moss liked her silk dress with a rolled-out-of-the-sack vibe which were similar to what actual nightgowns looked like back then and some are actual nightgowns which were from the 1930s and 1940s.

 

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We’ve already seen nightgown dresses from the New York Fashion Week runways but we never actually thought it would be back truly.

 

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Nightgown dresses have that sexy vibe going on, even if it’s subtle.

 

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And whether you’re getting yours in a mini or maxi nightgown, it won’t really matter. As long as it’s made of silk.

 

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Maybe if you wore your nightgown outside instead of just for sleeping, no one might notice.

 

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Experiment which works best for you and while not all of us can afford brands such as mentioned above, you can always still look chic with the suggestions we gave you.