Along with barely-there sandals and jelly shoes, the slip dress is a bastion of '90s style. For that association, we have bastion of the era, Kate Moss, to give thanks to.

Whether sheer (as famously worn to the Elite Model Agency Look of the Year party in '93), a chainmail slip (designed by Versace and worn at the Diamonds Are Forever charity gala in '99), or a classic slinky black number (as sported in Calvin Klein's fall collection in '97), Kate Moss and 'spaghetti strap dress' are a word association winning combo.

Much like its aforementioned footwear counterparts, the dress (which can be traced back to the 1920s with its first noted reference in 1934) has transcended the epoch of cool to resurface season after season with its nuances.

Be it an asymmetric shape with a ruffle edge from Marques'Almeida, a weightier velvet midi number from Rebecca Vallance, a style that plays with shapes featuring mirrored cutouts from Dion Lee, or a lace-up bodycon mini with harness-style buckles from Unravel Project, 2019 is serving up the spaghetti strap just as hard as CK in '97.

To riff off the '90s minimalism and channel all-black-errything, team with our new favourite Studio Amelia sandals that ace the summer footwear game.

A spaghetti strap for every occasion...

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