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Satin for daytime? Absolutely.
Helmut Lang, Nina Ricci and No. 21 all showed satin pieces in their resort collections, but the message was decidedly casual. Below, we rounded up 7 relaxed, silky finds that work all day, every day.
Wear this silky tank with a pair of beat-up vintage jeans and slides for a look that’s cool and comfortable in equal measure. Contrast satin top ($9.99), at zara.com.
Take this dress out of cocktail hour and into your day-to-day by layering it over black trousers. Finish the look with some mules for bonus fashion points. Satin belted dress ($69.99), at mango.com.
Satin footwear needn’t be precious and girly. All you need is a flatform. KG by Kurt Geiger satin platform sandals ($226.31), at asos.com.
A nightwear-inspired slip dress might be the most versatile summer purchase. You can literally roll out of bed and not need to get dressed. What could be better than that? Sleeper “Carrie” blush silk slip dress ($320 USD), at the-sleeper.com.
This top by Australian designer Michael Lo Sordo has just the right amount of well-travelled-art-gallery-curator vibes going for it. Michael Lo Sordo silk satin blouse ($560 USD), at net-a-porter.com.
Yes, at first glance these satin trousers look super dressy, but that’s nothing a pair of platform sneakers and an oversized button-down can’t fix. Etro wide-leg satin trousers ($720), at matchesfashion.com.
You can incorporate satin into your office wear by picking up a satin blazer. On the weekend, throw this over a T-shirt and a denim mini. Satin stripe tailored blazer ($99), at topshop.com.