The Anti–Naked-Dress Trend Stylish Celebs Are Embracing on the Red Carpet

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It takes no more than a quick glance over the latest red carpet appearances to see the monumental rise of the naked dress. Whether it's a reaction to the banality of our lockdown wardrobes or simply a chance to create a social media stir, it shows no sign of disappearing anytime soon. That being said, we have recently noticed a totally different aesthetic gain momentum within the world of celebrity fashion. Call it an anti–naked dress, if you will. The trend at hand? A classic slouchy suit.

Oversized, tailored and full-coverage, this red carpet trend has been championed by the likes of Haim, Tracee Ellis Ross and, most recently, Ashley Olsen and Jodie Comer. While each celeb has brought their own spin to the look—from Comer's beige sequins to Olsen's head-to-toe black—every outfit packs that particular brand of nonchalant slouch, and we are so here for it.

While the suit undoubtedly looks at home on the runway, we've also seen plenty of editors at London Fashion Week embrace the look with casual tees and loafers. You can also wear each item separately as well as a full suited look, which gives it a better cost per wear. Scroll down to see the celeb looks, and shop our fave slouchy suits.

Ashley Olsen sticks to fashion-editor black with this sleek tailored look.

We love the tonal effect Tracee Ellis Ross creates with a suit and trench coat plus the smallest hint of patent.

Haim have made slouchy suits their signature look on the red carpet, and we are so here for it.

Shop baggy suits:

COS Oversized Fit Blazer ($135)

COS Elasticated Relaxed-Leg Trousers (£59)

Aligne Celine Tailored Single Breasted Blazer Stone (£110)

Aligne Aislyn Wide Leg Trouser (£40)

MM6 Maison Margiela Single-Breasted Raw-Edged Suit Jacket (£590)

MM6 Maison Margiela Raw-Edge Single-Pleat Tailored Trousers (£350)

H&M Oversized Jacket (£35)

H&M Tailored Pull-On Trousers (£20)

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