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Saturday Savings: Emma Robert's Topshop Satin Slip Is on Sale!

Finally, a style that’s both chic and comfortable.

Out and about on a sunny day, Emma Roberts pairs an off-white satin dress with brown flats, a gemstone necklace and crossbody bag for a feminine and casual look. While it may appear simplistic, it’s actually perfect for the holiday season. The American Horror Story star’s choice of dress can be dressed up or down in an instant. For all we know, she could’ve run to her car after this photo opp, changed into heels, put on a diamond necklace and left for a Hollywood A-list party, just like that.

The dress’ versatility is noteworthy, but the price is really the selling point. Instead of paying $ 130 for the satin slip, you can add this garment to your holiday wardrobe for $ 90. 

Once you bring home your bargain, don’t forget that it’s the season of layering! For a quick It Girl twist, layer a concert T-shirt under the V-neck dress and pair with Converse or combat boots to make this classic dress an edgy sensation.

Even better: there’s more than one satin slip dress on sale, so keep scrolling to achieve Emma Roberts-level style! 

ESC: Emma Roberts Saturday Savings Dress

Emma’s dress: Satin Slip Dress, Was $ 130.00, Now $ 90.00

ESC: Emma Roberts Saturday Savings Dress

Cowl Neck Bias Slip, Was $ 485, Now $ 339

ESC: Emma Roberts Saturday Savings Dress

Satin Slip Dress, Was $ 648.00, Now $ 453.00

ESC: Emma Roberts Saturday Savings Dress

Knee Length Dress, Was $ 119.00, Now $ 79.00

ESC: Emma Roberts Saturday Savings Dress

Kel Blair Plaid Satin Sleeveless Dress, Was $ 575.00, Now $ 230.00

ESC: Emma Roberts Saturday Savings Dress

Knee-Length Dress, $ 130

ESC: Emma Roberts Saturday Savings Dress

Twilight Asymmetric-Hem Satin Slip Dress, Was $ 483, Now $ 289

ESC: Emma Roberts Saturday Savings Dress

Satin Sleeveless Dress, Was $ 394.00, Now $ 237

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