Slits- Dare to wear!


The slit skirt and dress has always been a common detail on red carpet gowns. But now this trend is invading into cocktails and also day wears. The dresses with a teeny – weeny slit can even be worn to office or other formal gatherings which will not only look elegant, but also allow you to move.  If you are the one who keeps themselves updated on recent fashion fads and trends, it wouldn’t be a surprise for you to know that these dresses are enjoying oodles of popularity. Though it has been in trend for quite some time now, but it has chartered its way up to large scale likeability. Today I was feeling inspired to write something on slit skirts and nevertheless, I am also looking forward to buy one!


Slit dresses come in plethora of lengths and styles, be in midis, minis, skirts or maxi dresses. Slits, be it big or small look best in maxi dresses which creates a high dramatic visual effect, perfect for wearing it anywhere to be the cynosure of everyone eyes. Maxi dresses with a slit come in various fabrics like airy and flowing ones, which are chiffon, crepe, georgette, polyester which highlights your movements and give a sensuous effect and other heavy and luxurious fabrics like silk, lace etc which make you feel royal and like a heavily adorned princess.

 It can be a basic black maxi that parts to offer a peek of your stunning long legs or a combination of sheer with an underskirt that cuts just at the right pace to give you that drop dead gorgeous look.

Accessorizing with the slits

It is very important for you to wear the right accessories which complement the slits. However, decking yourself too much can be a spoiler with your slits. So, avoid too many accessories. Rather, just settle for any statement piece and let your dress be in the limelight and take the scene. Don’t let your jewels overpower your attire. Moreover, if your dress is already richly printed or exotically sequined, minimal accessorising is best because rich prints add oodles of glamour to the already super sizzling and sexy slit dress.


Shoe them right

Just pair them with the right shoes to get that look and walk with chutzpah. You can use strappy sandals or gladiators for the casual day time shopping look or bring those high heeled stilettos out for the evening prom or party look.


In the end, perhaps, slit dresses are the best way to reveal your toned legs and make a fashion statement. Slits are sure to make you look no less than a diva!

I am surely going to buy mine! What about you???

Go and be a show stealer! 🙂


24 thoughts on “Slits- Dare to wear!

  1. Great post Geetikawalia! I agree that a great pair of shoes can really make a statement with a maxi slit dress! I usually have to opt for a platform or heel as I’m not that tall so it helps keep my dress off the ground – what shoes do you think look best? Xxx

  2. Hey Charlotte,
    As you told me that you are short, so heels and platforms are a good option. Other than that you can try wearing wedges. Not only do they look fabulous but are also comfortable at the same time. So, you can walk around in them the whole day and still not feel the pain in the lateral side of your feet.
    For parties, you can opt for pumps or stilettos.
    Other than that, go for strappy sandals and flats also. Forget your height and walk with chutzpah! You will look gorgeous 🙂

    • Oh…thanks Alexandra! 🙂 Took a long time to search for the best slits and snapshots and now in the end, I feel it was worth it!

    • Yes, ofcourse you should try it out because one should dress according to the occasion only. Eg. Too much reveling can sometimes be annoying in the office. Dress decorum should always be followed.

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