Like how certain sleepwear designs can somewhat be worn from bed to the outdoors, clothes that are made of satin are also highly questionable. Is it supposed to be worn just indoors or can you just put it on and wear it from day to night.

Satin is making an appearance in almost every form, even though they’re still most commonly used in lingerie and nightwear. The soft and silky material just clings on to your figure nicely, giving out a particular sensual vibe to it. When it’s worn out of the bedroom, people tend to turn heads since it’s always known that satin equals to indoor wear. Satin is indeed a sexy material, yet breezy and comfortable to be worn in this humid weather — more reasons to wear this delicate fabric out the door.

But when it comes to fashion — yes it’s possible. And it has been proven with brands like Victoria Beckham and Tom Ford that showcased satin on daywear at their runway shows. Plus, they do not only come in slip dresses and gowns. Satin shoes, jackets, and even athleisure pants are seen on the racks.

Scroll through our gallery for ideas on how you can work satin outdoors without looking like you’re dressed for the bedroom.

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