The fold-over top lets you choose how much torso you show, from Alli in The Notebook to Taylor Swift to early-aughts Paris Hilton, if you pull it down to make a loincloth/miniskirt.
Aerie high-rise bikini bottom, $11.98 (was $29.95); ae.com.
Before you look down, just know that, in this chic little number, you get a Prabal Gurung gown, another Prabal Gurung gown, and a Prabal Gurung crop top you could wear with jeans to walk your dog. Okay—now your eyes may bulge.
Prabal Gurung silk gown, $4,546.50 (was $6,495); net-a-porter.com.
You'd for sure need a factorial to calculate all the ways you could wear this skirt, but some ideas: high/low on the waist, tied in the front/back/side, and possibly as a top, if your bust allows for it.
Datura knot skirt, $240; datura.com.
Picture this: You're invited to a wedding. You pack this dress. You zip off one tier for the rehearsal dinner. You zip it back on for the ceremony. Then you zip two off for the reception. Did I just describe an Ideal Situation or what?
Rosie Assoulin striped gown, $2,446.50 (was $3,495); modaoperandi.com.